Early Childhood Data

Info-graphic on Poverty and Brain Development
What does it mean that almost half of America’s babies and toddlers live in or near poverty? What effect does poverty have on their rapidly developing brains of babies and toddlers? ZERO TO THREE set out to answer these questions in a new infographic showing how young children in poverty, beginning at birth, begin to develop gaps in their growth and development when compared with their peers.

Information concerning Montcalm County children:

Montcalm County Kindergarten Round-Up Survey Results

Additional Data:

A National Overview of Grantee CLASS® Scores in 2015

EarlyOn Parent Survey Results 2015

EightCAP, Inc. 0-5 Head Start Data Report 2014


EightCAP, Inc. Kindergarten Readiness Goals 2015-2016

Kids Count Data Book 2013

Kids Count Montcalm County 2013

Kids Count Data Book 2014

Kids Count Data Book 2015

Kids Count Data Book 2015 (Michigan)

Kids Count Data Montcalm County 2015

Kids Count Data Book 2016

Kids Count Data Montcalm County 2016

Kids Count Data Book 2017

Kids Count Data Montcalm County 2017

Kids Count Data Book 2018

Kids Count Data Montcalm County 2018

Kindergarten Entry Status: On-Time, Delayed-Entry, and Repeating Kindergartners

INCOME-TO-POVERTY RATIO OF CHILDREN UNDER AGE 6: United States, Michigan, and Counties, 2008-2012

Maternal Infant Health Program – Fact Sheet for Montcalm County 2012

Medicaid in Small Towns and Rural America

Michigan Kindergarten Entry Observation Statewide Results- Fall 2018

Michigan Kindergarten Entry Observation MAISD Results- Fall 2018

Montcalm County Community Health Improvement Plan 2012-2015

Michigan League for Public Policy Fact Sheet 2014

Single Parents Raising More Than A Third of U.S. Kids

STEM Index