• 2016 National Kids Count Data Book

    2016KCDB_badge01_150px Michigan dropped to 40th in the nation for children’s education, according to the new 2016 KIDS COUNT®Data Book from the Annie. E. Casey Foundation. In Michigan, more than half of young children are not in preschool, 71 percent of fourth-graders are not proficient in reading, and 71 percent of eighth-graders are not proficient in math. Report | News release | Michigan profile | Blog
  • Budget Briefs

    capdome_114347_7The League’s Budget Briefs will keep you abreast of the latest state budget developments that affect children, families and economically vulnerable people in Michigan.

    Budget Briefs | A First Look at the Governor's 2016-2017 Budget | Fact Sheet: Michigan's Budget: How Much is There to Work With?

  • Make Your Vote Count

    Publication1You have the power to create change and improve lives this election season. An we're here to help. The League has put together a list of questions to ask your candidates about the issues you care about to help shape the policy debate and inform your vote. Candidate Questions | Blog

    Here are some other fact sheets to help you get involved this election yearLegislative Districts | Kids Count County Profiles | Earned Income Tax Credit | County Data | Select City Data | American Indian Reservation and Trust Lands