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					State      Cities/Regions    Allied Program Providers                Allied Academic Innovators      Innovative               Innovative Out-of-School    Institute of Museum and        National Writing Project       Common Sense Media     Spokespeople/Advisory
                                                                     and Research Labs               Schools/School Districts Time Digital Youth Programs Library Services Learning Labs Affiliates                     Digital Learning and   Committee Members
                                                                                                                              or Entities                                                                               Citizenship
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Demonstration Sites
        Tempe                                                        Arizona State                                                                                                       Central Arizona Writing                               David Gibson, Associate
                                                                     University/College of                                                                                               Project at Arizona State                              Research Professor at
                                                                     Education                                                                                                           University (Tempe)                                    Arizona State University
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               and Executive Director of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               The Global Challenge
 AZ




        Bay Area, CA        Blueprint Research & Design (SF),        Mills College (Oakland),        New Technology High        YouthRadio, Mobile Action                                Bay Area Writing Project at    Common Sense Media     Howard Rheingold, Social
        (SF/Marin/Oakland/S Carnegie Foundation for the              Monterey Institute for          School, part of the New    Lab; Dale Dougherty’s Maker                              University of California,      Digital Learning and   Media Classroom/Co-
        ilicon Valley/)     Advancement of Teaching (Stanford),      Technology and Education        Tech Network (Napa);       Faire and the Maker                                      Berkeley; San Jose Area        Citizenship            laboratory; Elisabeth
                            Common Sense Media (SF), George          (Monterey), Stanford            Ormondale Elementary       Movement (Sebastabol);                                   Writing Project, San Jose      Demonstration Site     (Lissa) Soep, Senior
                            Lucas Educational Foundation (San        University, SRI International   School (Portola Valley)    MACLA in San Jose /Redwood                               State University;                                     Producer and Researcher
                            Rafael), Mozilla Foundation                                                                         City Academy /Oakland                                                                                          Director, Youth Radio;
 CA                         (Mountain View), National Writing                                                                   Academy - collaborations
                            Project (Berkeley), Tides Center (SF)                                                               between the Adobe Youth
                                                                                                                                Voices and the Peapod
                                                                                                                                Foundation;




        Southern CA (Los     University of California at Irvine,     University of California at     High Tech High operates    KooDooZ, Inc. "A social                                  Cal State Northridge Writing   Common Sense Media     James Bauer, founder of
        Angeles/ Orange      Digital Media and Learning Research     Irvine, Digital Media and       eleven schools in San      network for kids who want to                             Project                        Digital Learning and   Whyville; Jeff Brazil,
        County/San Diego)    Hub, Research Network on                Learning Research Hub,          Diego County: two          make a difference!" (Marina                              CSU Northridge                 Citizenship            Communication Director,
                             Connected Learning, HASTAC,             Research Network on             elementary schools, four   Del Ray); URBAN Txt "URBAN                               Los Angeles Writing Project    Demonstration Site     DML Hub/HASTAC; Mimi
                             University of Southern California,      Connected Learning, HASTAC,     middle schools, and five   Teens eXploring Technology"                              at CSU LA; San Diego Area                             Ito; Antero Garcia,
                             USC School of Cinematic Arts, Digital   University of Southern          high schools;              (Los Angeles, CA); Watts                                 Writing Project, UCSD,                                English teacher at a
                             Media and Learning Competition,         California, USC School of                                  Academy, a collaboration                                 La Jolla; San Marcos Writing                          public high school in
                             Causecast Foundation, Creative          Cinematic Arts                                             between the Adobe Youth                                  Project, CSU San Marcos; UC                           South Central Los
 CA
                             Artists Agency Foundation                                                                          Voices and the Peapod                                    Irvine Writing Project; UCLA                          Angeles and 2008 DML
                                                                                                                                Foundation; Hive San                                     Writing Project                                       Competition Winner (co-
                                                                                                                                Francisco (coming soon)                                                                                        developer, Black Cloud);
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Derek Lomas, Founder,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Playpower Foundation @
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               UC San Diego
     Denver                                                University of Denver            Loveland School District                                    Denver Writing Project:       Common Sense Media
                                                           (Webwise Conference)            (InnovationLab)                                             University of Colorado        Digital Learning and
                                                                                                                                                       Denver                        Citizenship
                                                                                                                                                                                     Demonstration Site




CO




     New Haven                                             Yale University School of Law                                                               Central Connecticut Writing
                                                                                                                                                       Project,
                                                                                                                                                       Central Connecticut State
                                                                                                                                                       University
                                                                                                                                                       New Britain, Connecticut
CT
                                                                                                                                                       Connecticut Writing Project
                                                                                                                                                       Fairfield,
                                                                                                                                                       Fairfield University,
                                                                                                                                                       Fairfield, Connecticut

     Washington      Mobile Learning Institute,                                                                       Mobile Learning Institute,       District of Columbia Area                            James Bosco, Consortium
                     Smithsonian Institute YOUmedia site                                                              Smithsonian Institute            Writing Project                                      for School Networking
                     at the Hirshhorn Museum and                                                                      YOUmedia site at the             Howard University                                    (CoSN); Leshell Hatley,
                     Sculpture Garden, Consortium for                                                                 Hirshhorn Museum and             Washington, District of                              Youth AppLab; Erik Huey,
DC                   School Networking (CoSN),                                                                        Sculpture Garden, Alliance for   Columbia                                             Entertainment Software
                     Frameworks Institute, National                                                                   Excellent Education (partner                                                          Industry;
                     Academy of Sciences, Global Kids                                                                 in the Digital Learning
                                                                                                                      Council)


     Daytona Beach                                                                                                                                     Daytona Beach National
                                                                                                                                                       Writing Project, Bethune-
                                                                                                                                                       Cookman University
                                                                                                                                                       Daytona Beach, Florida

FL
     Miami Beach    Wolfsonian-Florida International     Wolfsonian-Florida
                    University                           International University




FL




     Tallahassee    Florida State University             Florida State University                                                                                                                         Foundation for
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Excellence in Education
                                                                                                                                                                                                          (partner in the Digital
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Learning Council)

FL




     Canton (near                                                                       Creekview High School in                                    Kennesaw Mountain Writing
     Atlanta)                                                                           Canton in the Cherokee                                      Project
                                                                                        County School District                                      Kennesaw State University
                                                                                                                                                    Kennesaw, Georgia

GA




     Chicago        YOUmedia, Digital Youth Network      Illinois Institute of Technology Quest2Learn, Chicago     Hive Chicago, YOUmedia,          Chicago Area Writing Project   Common Sense Media     Nichole Pinkard, Program
                    (based at DePaul University),        Institute of Design, University International Charter     Digital Youth Network (based     University of Illinois at      Digital Learning and   Founder, Digital Youth
                    Quest2Learn (launch in November      of Chicago Consortium on         School                   at DePaul University), Chicago   Chicago                        Citizenship            Network;
                    2011), Chicago Learning Network,     Chicago School Research                                   Public Library Foundation,       Chicago, Illinois; Illinois    Demonstration Site
                    Chicago Community Foundation,                                                                  Field Museum                     Writing Project
                    Chicago International Charter                                                                                                   National-Louis University
IL
                    School, Chicago Public Library                                                                                                  Chicago, Illinois;
                    Foundation, Field Museum, Local
                    Initiatives Support Corporation,
                    Illinois Institute of Technology
                    Institute of Design, University of
                    Chicago Consortium on Chicago
                    School Research
     Bloomington,                                              Indiana University              Columbus Signature                                     Hoosier Writing Project
     Columbus                                                  (Bloomington)                   Academy                                                Indiana University-Purdue
                                                                                                                                                      University Indianapolis
                                                                                                                                                      Indianapolis, Indiana;




IN




     Cambridge/Boston     Harvard Law School Berkman Center    Harvard Law School Berkman                           Intel Computer Clubhouse          Boston Writing Project                               Heather Weiss, Founder
                          for Internet and Society; Harvard    Center for Internet and                              Flagship Site @ the Museum        University of Massachusetts                          and Director of the
                          University Graduate School of        Society; Harvard University                          of Science (they have over        Boston                                               Harvard Family Research
                          Education, Massachusetts Institute   Graduate School of Education,                        200 clubhouse locations in 20     Boston, Massachusetts;                               Project (HFRP)
                          of Technology Comparative Media      Massachusetts Institute of                           countries all over the world);
                          Studies                              Technology Comparative                               Oneville - our mission is to
MA
                                                               Media Studies, MIT Media Lab                         facilitate collaboration in
                                                                                                                    young people’s success by co-
                                                                                                                    creating communication
                                                                                                                    solutions linking the people in
                                                                                                                    young people’s lives
                                                                                                                    (Somerville, MA);
     Auburn, Augusta,                                                                                                                                 Southern Maine Writing        Common Sense Media
     Bangor, Biddeford,                                                                                                                               Project                       Digital Learning and
     Portland, Presque                                                                                                                                University of Southern        Citizenship
     Isle                                                                                                                                             Maine, Gorham, Maine          Demonstration Site



ME
     Ann Arbor /Detroit                                                                   Eastern Michigan Writing
     /Lansing                                                                             Project
                                                                                          Eastern Michigan University
                                                                                          Ypsilanti, Michigan; Meadow
                                                                                          Brook Writing Project
                                                                                          Oakland University
                                                                                          Rochester, Michigan;
                                                                                          Oakland (MI) Writing Project,
                                                                                          University of Michigan, Ann
MI                                                                                        Arbor, Michigan; Wayne
                                                                                          State Writing Project
                                                                                          Wayne State University,
                                                                                          Detroit, Michigan;
                                                                                          Red Cedar Writing Project,
                                                                                          Michigan State University
                                                                                          East Lansing, Michigan




     Saint Paul           Twin Cities Public Television   Twin Cities Public Television   Minnesota Writing Project
                                                                                          University of Minnesota
                                                                                          Minneapolis, Minnesota



MN




     Durham               HASTAC                                                                                          Cathy Davidson, Co-
                                                                                                                          founder, HASTAC,
                                                                                                                          professor at Duke
                                                                                                                          University, National
                                                                                                                          Council on Humanities;
                                                                                                                          Sheryl Grant, Director,
NC                                                                                                                        Social Networking
                                                                                                                          HASTAC/MacArthur
                                                                                                                          Foundation
     Mooresville                                                                         Mooresville Graded                                                                  UNC Charlotte Writing
                                                                                         School District (as                                                                 Project, University of North
                                                                                         featured on PBS'                                                                    Carolina at Charlotte
                                                                                         Learning Matters);
                                                                                         Triangle Learning
                                                                                         Community Middle
NC                                                                                       School (coming Fall 2013 -
                                                                                         )




     Princeton       Woodrow Wilson National               Princeton University Center                                                                                       Kean University National
                     Fellowship Foundation; Princeton      for Research on Child                                                                                             Writing Project
                     University Center for Research on     Wellbeing                                                                                                         Kean University
                     Child Wellbeing                                                                                                                                         Union, New Jersey; National
                                                                                                                                                                             Writing Project at Rider
                                                                                                                                                                             University
                                                                                                                                                                             Rider University
                                                                                                                                                                             Lawrenceville, New Jersey;
NJ                                                                                                                                                                           National Writing Project at
                                                                                                                                                                             Rutgers University
                                                                                                                                                                             Rutgers University
                                                                                                                                                                             New Brunswick, New Jersey




     New York City   Quest2Learn, Community Funds, Inc.    New School University Parsons Quest2Learn                  Hive New York; American       Hechinger Institute on   Long Island Writing Project,   Common Sense Media     Eric Gordon, leader of
                     (in support of New York Learning      the New School for Design,                                 Museum of Natural History, Education and Media         Nassau Community College,      Digital Learning and   the Participatory
                     Network), Global Kids, Institute of   New York Law School, Joan                                  DreamYard Project (to create                           Garden City, New York; New     Citizenship            Chinatown Project at
                     Play, American Museum of Natural      Ganz Cooney Center at                                      a YOUmedia Center in the                               York City Writing Project,     Demonstration Site     Games for Change; Laurie
                     History, Digital Innovations Group,   Sesame Workshop;                                           Bronx), New York Hall of                               Lehman College, City                                  Racine, Co-Founder &
                     DreamYard Project (to create a                                                                   Science, Smithsonian                                   University of New York,                               Managing Director,
                     YOUmedia Center in the Bronx), Joan                                                              Institution Cooper Hewitt,                             Bronx, New York;                                      StartL; Katie Salen,
                     Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame                                                                     National Design Museum;                                                                                      Quest2Learn; Chris Wink,
                     Workshop, Mainspring Consulting,                                                                 Urban Arts Partnership - a                                                                                   Matt Gold, and Phil
NY
                     New York Hall of Science,                                                                        collaboration between the                                                                                    Stanton, Blue Man
                     Smithsonian Institution Cooper                                                                   Adobe Youth Voices and the                                                                                   Group, founders of Blue
                     Hewitt, National Design Museum,                                                                  Peapod Foundation; Skoodio                                                                                   Preschool in East Village;
                     Social Science Research Council,                                                                 (founded by James Troung;                                                                                    Black Eyed Peas, partner
                     StartL, New School University                                                                    student-driven teaching and                                                                                  in launch of Peapod
                     Parsons the New School for Design,                                                               learning world that leverages                                                                                Adobe Youth Voices
                     New York Law School, Hechinger                                                                   community, feedback, and                                                                                     Academy;
                     Institute on Education and Media                                                                 portfolios)
     Philadelphia                                                                    Science Leadership           Hive Philadelphia (coming      Pennsylvania Writing and
                                                                                     Academy                      soon);                         Literature Project
                                                                                                                                                 West Chester University
                                                                                                                                                 West Chester, Pennsylvania;
                                                                                                                                                 Philadelphia Writing Project
PA                                                                                                                                               University of Pennsylvania
                                                                                                                                                 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania




     Pittsburgh            Carnegie Mellon University   Carnegie Mellon University                                Neighborhood Learning          Western Pennsylvania           Drew Davidson, Director,
                                                                                                                  Alliance (formerly "Wireless   Writing Project                Entertainment
                                                                                                                  Neighborhoods"); Hive          University of Pittsburgh       Technology Center,
                                                                                                                  Pittsburgh (coming soon);      Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania       Carnegie Mellon
                                                                                                                  Carnegie Mellon University                                    University;
PA                                                                                                                Open Learning Initiative;




     Providence, Newport                                                             The MET: The                                                Rhode Island Writing Project
                                                                                     Metropolitan Regional                                       Rhode Island College
                                                                                     Career and Technical                                        Providence, Rhode Island
                                                                                     Center is a state funded
                                                                                     public school district and
RI                                                                                   local education agency,
                                                                                     which serves 690 high
                                                                                     school students in six
                                                                                     small schools across
                                                                                     three campuses in Rhode
                                                                                     Island.
     Austin                                                                          Central Texas Writing
                                                                                     Project, Texas State
                                                                                     University, San Marcos,
                                                                                     Texas; Heart of Texas
                                                                                     Writing Project,
                                                                                     University of Texas at
TX                                                                                   Austin, Texas;
     Fairfax                United Negro College Fund (to                                           Northern Virginia Writing
                            engage students and faculty in                                          Project, George Mason
                            historically black colleges and                                         University, Fairfax,
                            universities in the public dialogue                                     Virginia
                            concerning digital media and
                            learning )

VA




     Seattle                University of Washington              University of Washington; LIFE    Puget Sound Writing         Microsoft FUSE (FUSE Labs
                                                                  Center, a multi-institution NSF   Project, University of      works in partnership with
                                                                  Science of Learning Center        Washington, Seattle,        product and research teams
                                                                  hosted at the University of       Washington;                 to ideate, develop, and
                                                                  Washington in partnership                                     deliver new social, real-time,
                                                                  with Stanford University and                                  and media-rich experiences
WA                                                                SRI International;                                            for home and work);




     Beckley, Charleston,                                                                           Central West Virginia
     Fairmont,                                                                                      Writing Project, Marshall
     Martinsbur;                                                                                    University Graduate
                                                                                                    College, South
                                                                                                    Charleston, West
WV                                                                                                  Virginia; Marshall
                                                                                                    University Writing
                                                                                                    Project
                                                                                                    Marshall University,
                                                                                                    Huntington, West
                                                                                                    Virginia;
     Madison                Academic Advanced Distributed                                           Greater Madison Writing
                            Learning Co-Lab                                                         Project, University of
                                                                                                    Wisconsin–Madison,
                                                                                                    Madison, Wisconsin

WI
State's Fiscal Outlook & Top Concerns                                    State's Population*   Age*                               State's Racial/Ethnic         State's Children in Poverty                         State's Net Migration 2008- Policymakers Champions
                                                                                                                                  Breakdown*                                                                        2009*


The fiscal situation in AZ is improving slightly. After seeing general   Total Population 2010: % Under age 18: 25.5%           Non-Hispanic:                   23% of AZ children live in poor families, defined as Total Net Migration: 42,108
fund revenue decline by a third since FY 2007, revenues have been        6,392,017              % Between ages 18 and 64: 60.7% White: 73%                      income below 100% of the federal poverty level.       International: 26,997
increasing slightly (although a large gap looms in the FY 2012                                  % 65 and older: 13.8            African American: 4.1%          11% of white children live in poor families.          Domestic: 15,111
budget); AZ saw collections come in on target, although they had                                                                Asian Pacific Islanders: 3.0%   32% (22,330) of black children live in poor families.
reduced their estimates since the beginning of FY 2011. AZ has a                                                                American Indian and Alaska      33% (242,286) of Hispanic children live in poor
9.7% gap in their general fund budget. The top fiscal issue in AZ is                                                            Native: 4.6%                    families.
resolving FY 2011 and FY 2012 budget shortfalls. (NCSL)                                                                         Hispanic or Latino Origin:      46% (35,734) of American Indian children live in
                                                                                                                                29.6%                           poor families. (source: National Center for Children
                                                                                                                                Mixed Race: 3.4%                in Poverty)



Four states reported overspending in social service programs. This     Total Population:       % Under age 18: 25%             Non-Hispanic:                    20% of children in CA live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 66,802
includes the inhome supportive services program in California that 37,253,956                  % Between ages 18 and 64: 63.6% White: 57.8%                     as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 165,600
will be unable to achieve the full amount of budget reductions set                             % 65 and older: 11.4%           African American: 6.2%           9% (241,016) of white children live in poor families. Domestic: -98,798
for it in FY 2011. Other programs over budget included employee                                                                Asian Pacific Islanders: 13.4%   30% (155,902) of black children live in poor
compensation in California. California officials project multi-year                                                            American Indian and Alaska       families.
structural budget gaps: $19.2 billion (18.7 percent) in FY 2012, $22.4                                                         Nativet: 1.0%                    27% (1,263,374) of Hispanic children live in poor
billion (20.2 percent) in FY 2013, and $20.4 billion (17.8 percent) in                                                         Hispanic or Latino Origin:       families.
FY 2014. Top fiscal issue in CA: In the November 2010 Fiscal Outlook,                                                          37.8%                            12% (110,568) of Asian children live in poor
the Legislative Analyst’s Office recommended that the Legislature                                                              Mixed Race: 4.9%                 families.
adopt a multiyear approach to addressing persistent budget deficits                                                                                             27% (8,125)* of American Indian children live in
using a mix of on-going and temporary budget solutions. (NCSL)                                                                                                  poor families.
                                                                                                                                                                (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)

Four states reported overspending in social service programs. This     Total Population:       % Under age 18: 25%             Non-Hispanic:                    20% of children in CA live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 66,802
includes the inhome supportive services program in California that 37,253,956                  % Between ages 18 and 64: 63.6% White: 57.8%                     as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 165,600
will be unable to achieve the full amount of budget reductions set                             % 65 and older: 11.4%           African American: 6.2%           9% (241,016) of white children live in poor families. Domestic: -98,798
for it in FY 2011. Other programs over budget included employee                                                                Asian Pacific Islanders: 13.4%   30% (155,902) of black children live in poor
compensation in California. California officials project multi-year                                                            American Indian and Alaska       families.
structural budget gaps: $19.2 billion (18.7 percent) in FY 2012, $22.4                                                         Nativet: 1.0%                    27% (1,263,374) of Hispanic children live in poor
billion (20.2 percent) in FY 2013, and $20.4 billion (17.8 percent) in                                                         Hispanic or Latino Origin:       families.
FY 2014. Top fiscal issue in CA: In the November 2010 Fiscal Outlook,                                                          37.8%                            12% (110,568) of Asian children live in poor
the Legislative Analyst’s Office recommended that the Legislature                                                              Mixed Race: 4.9%                 families.
adopt a multiyear approach to addressing persistent budget deficits                                                                                             27% (8,125)* of American Indian children live in
using a mix of on-going and temporary budget solutions. (NCSL)                                                                                                  poor families.
                                                                                                                                                                (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
Colorado’s structural imbalance of $1.1 billion (16 percent) for FY          Total Population:   % Under age 18: 24.4%           Non-Hispanic:                   18% of children live in poor families, defined as     Total Net Migration: 48,669
2012 exists for two reasons: 1) Revenue that supports the state’s            5,029,196           % Between ages 18 and 64: 64.7% White: 81.3%                    income below 100% of the federal poverty level.       International: 13,078
operating budget and local schools is expected to increase more                                  % 65 and older: 10.9%           African American: 4%            8% (59,652) of white children live in poor families. Domestic: 35,591
slowly than costs over the next few years; and 2) Many of the                                                                    Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.9%   37% (17,927) of black children live in poor families.
measures used to address previous and current shortfalls have been                                                               American Indian and Alaska      35% (124,179) of Hispanic children live in poor
temporary in nature (as is the case in many states), including federal                                                           Native: 1.1%                    families.
stimulus                                                                                                                         Hispanic or Latino Origin:      (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
funds, temporary budget cuts, temporary revenue increases and                                                                    20.7%
transfers from cash funds. Top fiscal issues in CO: re: the budget:                                                              Mixed Race: 3.4%
Addressing the budget shortfall; re: taxes/ revenues: The General
Assembly enacted a package of bills that rolled back sales and use
tax exemptions and limited some income tax incentives during the
2010 legislative session. It is anticipated that the repeal of these bills
will be a focus in the 2011 session. re: Unemployment Trust Fund:
The Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund is insolvent. It is expected
that proposals to address this will be debated during the 2011
Top issues: re: state employees: The state will again enter                  Total Population:   % Under age 18: 22.9%           Non-Hispanic:                   12% of children in CT live in poor families , defined Total Net Migration: 3,498
negotiations to reduce employee costs and benefits, including about          3,574,097           % Between ages 18 and 64: 62.9% White: 77.36%                   as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 11,322
$50 billion in long-term liability. Re: education: Education funding                             % 65 and older: 14.2%           African American: 10.1%         5% (26,473) of white children live in poor families. Domestic: -7,824
remained flat the last two years when stimulus money was available.                                                              Asian Pacific Islanders: 3.8%   25% (20,790) of black children live in poor families.
These funds will be gone in FY 2012 but the demand will be higher.                                                               American Indian and Alaska      31% (43,762) of Hispanic children live in poor
Re: Healthcare/Medicaid: Medicaid continues to require the single                                                                Native: 0.3%                    families.
largest increase of all accounts; however, the enhanced match from                                                               Hispanic or Latino Origin:      (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
ARRA will be gone. (NCSL)                                                                                                        13.4%
                                                                                                                                 Mixed Race: 2.6%



n/a                                                                          Total Population:   % Under age 18: 16.8%           Non-Hispanic:                   30% of children in DC live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 6,550     Former Governor Bob Wise;
                                                                             601,723             % Between ages 18 and 64: 71.8% White: 38.5                     as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 2,096             Jim Shelton, Assistant
                                                                                                 % 65 and older: 11.4%           African American: 50.7%         No data available on racial breakdown of children Domestic: 4,454                   Deputy Secretary of
                                                                                                                                 Asian Pacific Islanders: 3.6%   in poverty.                                                                         Education at the U.S.
                                                                                                                                 American Indian and Alaska      (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)                                   Department of Education;
                                                                                                                                 Native: 0.3%
                                                                                                                                 Hispanic or Latino Origin:
                                                                                                                                 9.1%
                                                                                                                                 Mixed Race: 2.9%
Fiscal Year 2011-12 and Fiscal Year 2012-13 both show projected       Total Population:          % Under age 18: 21.3%           Non-Hispanic:                   21% of children in FL live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 56,202
budget needs significantly in excess of available revenue. Excluding 18,801,310                  % Between ages 18 and 64: 61.4% White: 75%                      as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 87,381
the retention of a reserve in each year, Fiscal Year 2011-12 would                               % 65 and older: 17.3%           African American: 16%           12% (237,943) of white children live in poor         Domestic: -31,179
have a maximum budget gap of $5,473.2 million and Fiscal Year 2012-                                                              Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.5%   families.
13 would have a maximum budget gap of $5,228.6 million. For just                                                                 American Indian and Alaska      38% (299,055) of black children live in poor
the Critical Needs, the projected gaps are $2,334.7 million in Fiscal                                                            Native: 0.4%                    families.
Year 2011-12 and $1,140.9 million in Fiscal Year 2012-13. The                                                                    Hispanic or Latino Origin:      25% (264,370) of Hispanic children live in poor
available general revenue is insufficient to meet budget demands in                                                              22.5%                           families.
the latter years of the plan unless prior actions are taken to reduce                                                            Mixed Race: 2.5%                12% (11,918)* of Asian children live in poor
the recurring budget needs or increase revenues. (State of Florida                                                                                               families.
Long-Range Financial Outlook Fiscal Year 2010-11 through 2012-13)                                                                                                (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
Fiscal Year 2011-12 and Fiscal Year 2012-13 both show projected       Total Population:      % Under age 18: 21.3%           Non-Hispanic:                     21% of children in FL live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 56,202
budget needs significantly in excess of available revenue. Excluding 18,801,310              % Between ages 18 and 64: 61.4% White: 75%                        as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 87,381
the retention of a reserve in each year, Fiscal Year 2011-12 would                           % 65 and older: 17.3%           African American: 16%             12% (237,943) of white children live in poor         Domestic: -31,179
have a maximum budget gap of $5,473.2 million and Fiscal Year 2012-                                                          Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.5%     families.
13 would have a maximum budget gap of $5,228.6 million. For just                                                             American Indian and Alaska        38% (299,055) of black children live in poor
the Critical Needs, the projected gaps are $2,334.7 million in Fiscal                                                        Native: 0.4%                      families.
Year 2011-12 and $1,140.9 million in Fiscal Year 2012-13. The                                                                Hispanic or Latino Origin:        25% (264,370) of Hispanic children live in poor
available general revenue is insufficient to meet budget demands in                                                          22.5%                             families.
the latter years of the plan unless prior actions are taken to reduce                                                        Mixed Race: 2.5%                  12% (11,918)* of Asian children live in poor
the recurring budget needs or increase revenues. (State of Florida                                                                                             families.
Long-Range Financial Outlook Fiscal Year 2010-11 through 2012-13)                                                                                              (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
Fiscal Year 2011-12 and Fiscal Year 2012-13 both show projected       Total Population:      % Under age 18: 21.3%           Non-Hispanic:                     21% of children in FL live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 56,202 Former Governor Jeb Bush
budget needs significantly in excess of available revenue. Excluding 18,801,310              % Between ages 18 and 64: 61.4% White: 75%                        as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 87,381
the retention of a reserve in each year, Fiscal Year 2011-12 would                           % 65 and older: 17.3%           African American: 16%             12% (237,943) of white children live in poor         Domestic: -31,179
have a maximum budget gap of $5,473.2 million and Fiscal Year 2012-                                                          Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.5%     families.
13 would have a maximum budget gap of $5,228.6 million. For just                                                             American Indian and Alaska        38% (299,055) of black children live in poor
the Critical Needs, the projected gaps are $2,334.7 million in Fiscal                                                        Native: 0.4%                      families.
Year 2011-12 and $1,140.9 million in Fiscal Year 2012-13. The                                                                Hispanic or Latino Origin:        25% (264,370) of Hispanic children live in poor
available general revenue is insufficient to meet budget demands in                                                          22.5%                             families.
the latter years of the plan unless prior actions are taken to reduce                                                        Mixed Race: 2.5%                  12% (11,918)* of Asian children live in poor
the recurring budget needs or increase revenues. (State of Florida                                                                                             families.
Long-Range Financial Outlook Fiscal Year 2010-11 through 2012-13)                                                                                              (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
The fiscal situation is guarded in Georgia. Top fiscal issues: re: AARA: Total Population:   % Under age 18: 25.3%             Non-Hispanic:                   22% of children in GA live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 53,950
The loss of ARRA funds will require some additional reductions to        9,687,653           % Between ages 18 and 64: 64%     White: 59.7%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 27,346
offset the deficiency. Re: Taxes/Revenues (reform): A special tax                            % 65 and older: 10.7%             African American: 30.5%         11% (137,951) of white children live in poor         Domestic: 26,604
study council is examining the state's tax structure for potential                                                             Asian Pacific Islanders: 3.3%   families.
adjustments to be considered during the 2011 session. RE: Lottery:                                                             American Indian and Alaska      33% (265,018) of black children live in poor
Lottery-funded                                                                                                                 Native: 0.3%                    families.
program expenditures have exceeded lottery revenues for the first                                                              Hispanic or Latino Origin:      41% (127,110) of Hispanic children live in poor
time. The Legislature will examine revenues and programs to restore                                                            8.8%                            families.
balance. (NCSL)                                                                                                                Mixed Race: 2.1%                11% (8,459) of Asian children live in poor families.
                                                                                                                                                               (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)

The fiscal situation in Illinois is described as dire. Illinois has the Total Population:    % Under age 18: 24.4%           Non-Hispanic:                     19% of children in IL live in poor families, defined as Total Net Migration: -12,410
largest imbalance at 47 percent. Top 3 fiscal issues: "Budget, Budget, 12,830,632            % Between ages 18 and 64: 63.1% White: 71.5%                      income below 100% of the federal poverty level.         International: 35,839
Budget" (NCSL)                                                                               % 65 and older: 12.5%           African American: 14.5%           10% (170,823) of white children live in poor            Domestic: -48,249
                                                                                                                             Asian Pacific Islanders: 4.6%     families.
                                                                                                                             American Indian and Alaska        40% (199,299) of black children live in poor
                                                                                                                             Native: 0.3%                      families.
                                                                                                                             Hispanic or Latino Origin:        25% (174,765) of Hispanic children live in poor
                                                                                                                             15.8%                             families.
                                                                                                                             Mixed Race: 2.3%                  9% (11,694)* of Asian children live in poor families.
                                                                                                                                                               (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
Indiana's state budget experienced some of its worst years ever in        Total Population:   % Under age 18: 24.8%           Non-Hispanic:                   20% of children in IN live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 2,389
fiscal years 2009, 2010 and 2011 (FY are July to June). The economy       6,483,802           % Between ages 18 and 64: 62.2% White: 84.3%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 9,194
plunged into recession. Revenues fell short of appropriations by                              % 65 and older: 13.0%           African American: 9.1%          14% (166,457) of white children live in poor          Domestic: -6,805
almost $5 billion. Appropriations were flat-lined, then spending was                                                          Asian Pacific Islanders: 1.6%   families.
cut below those levels. Balances were reduced to the bare minimum.                                                            American Indian and Alaska      44% (70,544) of black children live in poor families.
In the 2011 long session the Indiana General Assembly will write a                                                            Native: 0.3%                    36% (47,706) of Hispanic children live in poor
budget for fiscal years 2012 and 2013. Revenues are predicted to                                                              Hispanic or Latino Origin:      families.
grow at normal rates in these two years. But more-than-normal                                                                 15.8%                           (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
growth would be needed for the state to deliver services at pre-                                                              Mixed Race: 2.0%
recession levels. The legislature may be faced with the difficult task
of down-sizing Indiana's state government. (Indiana Local
Government Information website:
http://www.agecon.purdue.edu/crd/localgov/topics/essays/state_b
udget_outlook.htm) Top 3 fiscal issues: Budget, Unemployment
Trust Fund, Education/School funding (NCSL)
In Massachusetts, no FY 2011 gap is projected due to unexpected           Total Population:   % Under age 18: 21.7%           Non-Hispanic:                   13% of children in MA live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 28,132
FMAP funds and revenues running ahead of estimates. In                    6,547,629           % Between ages 18 and 64: 64.5% White: 80.4%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 24,518
Massachusetts, tax collections across all categories are $413 million                         % 65 and older: 13.8%           African American: 6.6%          7% (71,588) of white children live in poor families. Domestic: 3,614
above benchmark. Recent revenue trends have created optimism                                                                  Asian Pacific Islanders: 5.3%   25% (25,881) of black children live in poor families.
that natural revenue growth will go a long way to toward meeting                                                              American Indian and Alaska      38% (72,078) of Hispanic children live in poor
the substantial budget gap in FY 2012. Top 3 fiscal issues: re:                                                               Native: 0.3%                    families.
Healthcare/ Medicaid: Costs continue to escalate and after FY 2011                                                            Hispanic or Latino Origin:      11% (8,108)* of Asian children live in poor families.
there will be no enhanced FMAP to help offset growth. Re: Local Aid:                                                          2.6%                            (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
Local aid has been cut substantially during this recession and there                                                          Mixed Race: 9.6%
have been many calls to restore it. Re: Pension/Retirement: Pension
costs for the next few fiscal years could rise due to market losses and
a statutory date for full funding. (NCSL)
Fiscal directors in Maine described their revenue outlook as           Total Population:      % Under age 18: 20.7%           Non-Hispanic:                   17% of children in Maine live in poor families,     Total Net Migration: -2,109    Senator Olympia Snowe, D-
optimistic for the remainder of the fiscal year. Their optimism is     1,328,361              % Between ages 18 and 64: 63.4% White: 95.2%                    defined as income below 100% of the federal         International: 828             Maine;
based on collections that are exceeding projections. Top fiscal issues                        % 65 and older: 15.9%           African American: 1.2%          poverty level.                                      Domestic: -2,937
Re: Pensions/ Retirement: A constitutionally established deadline for                                                         Asian Pacific Islanders: 1.0%   No data available on racial breakdown of children
fully funding the unfunded actuarial liability (at the end of FY 2028)                                                        American Indian and Alaska      in poverty.
and recent investment performance has resulted in significant                                                                 Native: 0.6%                    (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
increases in employer contribution rates. Re: Healthcare/Medicaid:                                                            Hispanic or Latino Origin:
Maine is tasked with implementing managed care for Medicaid/                                                                  1.3%
MaineCare and other measures in order to manage costs in the face                                                             Mixed Race: 1.6%
of growing caseloads. This is further complicated by the
implementation of health care reform. Re: Education: Statutory
language (enacted by a citizens’ initiative) requires the state to
increase its share of K-12 education costs to 55 percent. The
achievement of this has been continually delayed. (NCSL)
Michigan's economy has spent the last 10 years in recession, largely       Total Population:   % Under age 18: 23.7%           Non-Hispanic:                   22% of children in MI live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: -71,893
driven by the same                                                         9,883,640           % Between ages 18 and 64: 62.5% White: 78.9%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 15,446
fundamental restructuring as that affecting manufacturing globally.                            % 65 and older: 13.8%           African American: 14.2%         15% (239,489) of white children live in poor         Domestic: -87,339
In fiscal year (FY) 2010-11 General Fund/General Purpose (GF/GP)                                                               Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.4%   families.
and School Aid Fund (SAF) revenue is expected to total $18.8 billion,                                                          American Indian and Alaska      46% (174,084) of black children live in poor
up 6.6% from FY 2009-10. The increase reflects an improving                                                                    Native: 0.6%                    families.
economy,                                                                                                                       Hispanic or Latino Origin:      37% (56,191) of Hispanic children live in poor
combined with lower income tax refunds, and is $557.3 million                                                                  4.4%                            families.
above the January 2011 consensus estimate. General Fund/General                                                                Mixed Race: 2.3%                19% (12,145)* of Asian children live in poor
Purpose revenue is estimated to rise 12.8% to $7.7 billion while SAF                                                                                           families.
revenue will increase 2.7% to $11.1 billion. In FY 2011-12, the                                                                                                (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
economy will grow more slowly than in FY 2010-11, resulting in
slower revenue growth. General Fund/General Purpose and SAF
revenue will total an estimated $19.2 billion, up 2.2% from FY2010-
11 and $690.5 million above the January 2011 consensus estimate.
General Fund/General Purpose revenue is expected to increase 2.3%
from the FY 2010-11 level to $7.8 billion and SAF revenue is
projected to grow 2.1% to $11.3 billion. In FY 2012-13, GF/GP and
SAF revenue will total an estimated $19.3 billion. This initial estimate
for FY 2012-13 is 0.7% higher than the revised estimate for FY 2011-
Minnesota continues to faces significant budget deficits, although         Total Population:   % Under age 18: 24.2%           Non-Hispanic:                   14% of children in MN live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 1,253
the situation has improved. The state’s latest economic forecast           5,303,925           % Between ages 18 and 64: 62.9% White: 85.3%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 10,066
projects a deficit of $5.0 billion for the upcoming FY 2012-13                                 % 65 and older: 12.9%           African American: 5.2%          8% (78,847) of white children live in poor families. Domestic: -8,813
biennium, or 13 percent of the general fund budget.[1] Taking into                                                             Asian Pacific Islanders: 4.0%   46% (34,318) of black children live in poor families.
account the impact of inflation on expenditures increases the size of                                                          Native Amer/Eskimo/Aleut:       30% (26,683) of Hispanic children live in poor
the deficit, requiring another $1 billion to maintain services at their                                                        1.1%                            families.
current level in the next biennium. () Top fiscal issue: Balancing the                                                         Hispanic or Latino Origin:      22% (13,256)* of Asian children live in poor
budget. The budget problem is so large that it is hard to imagine                                                              2.4%                            families.
other distinctive fiscal issues. (NCSL)                                                                                        Mixed Race: 4.7%                (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)



North Carolina projects gaps in their general fund budget of 20.3%.        Total Population:   % Under age 18: 23.9%           Non-Hispanic:                   22% of children in NC live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 80,319
Top fiscal issue: Closing the budget gap. (NCSL)                           9,535,483           % Between ages 18 and 64: 63.2% White: 68.5%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 21,211
                                                                                               % 65 and older: 12.9%           African American: 21.5%         12% (157,738) of white children live in poor          Domestic: 59,108
                                                                                                                               Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.3%   families.
                                                                                                                               Native Amer/Eskimo/Aleut:       36% (182,169) of black children live in poor
                                                                                                                               1.3%                            families.
                                                                                                                               Hispanic or Latino Origin:      41% (115,449) of Hispanic children live in poor
                                                                                                                               2.2%                            families.
                                                                                                                               Mixed Race: 8.4%                15% (7,277)* of Asian children live in poor families.
                                                                                                                                                               30% (7,014)* of American Indian children live in
                                                                                                                                                               poor families.
                                                                                                                                                               (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
North Carolina projects gaps in their general fund budget of 20.3%.       Total Population:   % Under age 18: 23.9%           Non-Hispanic:                   22% of children in NC live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 80,319
Top fiscal issue: Closing the budget gap. (NCSL)                          9,535,483           % Between ages 18 and 64: 63.2% White: 68.5%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 21,211
                                                                                              % 65 and older: 12.9%           African American: 21.5%         12% (157,738) of white children live in poor          Domestic: 59,108
                                                                                                                              Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.3%   families.
                                                                                                                              Native Amer/Eskimo/Aleut:       36% (182,169) of black children live in poor
                                                                                                                              1.3%                            families.
                                                                                                                              Hispanic or Latino Origin:      41% (115,449) of Hispanic children live in poor
                                                                                                                              2.2%                            families.
                                                                                                                              Mixed Race: 8.4%                15% (7,277)* of Asian children live in poor families.
                                                                                                                                                              30% (7,014)* of American Indian children live in
                                                                                                                                                              poor families.
                                                                                                                                                              (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)

New Jersey projects gaps in their general fund budget of 26%.             Total Population:   % Under age 18: 23.5%           Non-Hispanic:                   14% of children in NJ live in poor families (National: Total Net Migration: 5,670
Among the governor’s plan for addressing the structural imbalance is      8,791,894           % Between ages 18 and 64: 63.0% White: 68.6%                    21%), defined as income below 100% of the federal International: 37,360
a reduction of the state workforce by 1,200 positions on Jan. 1,                              % 65 and older: 13.5%           African American: 13.7%         poverty level.                                         Domestic: -31.690
2011. The projected gap assumes continuation of all statutory                                                                 Asian Pacific Islanders: 8.3%   6% (69,249) of white children live in poor families.
requirements in the current budget. Top fiscal issues: re: Pensions/                                                          American Indian and Alaska      27% (75,906) of black children live in poor families.
Retirement: State-administered retirement systems are                                                                         Native: 0.3%                    25% (108,331) of Hispanic children live in poor
underfunded. State payments (as employer and on behalf of local                                                               Hispanic or Latino Origin:      families.
school districts) are at zero. The governor has called for benefit                                                            2.7%                            7% (12,031)* of Asian children live in poor families.
modifications and higher employee contributions. Re:                                                                          Mixed Race: 17.7%               (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
Transportation: The current (five-year) program for financing $1.6
billion annually has run its course; officials await a proposal from
the governor to renew and/or restructure the program. No
resources are in place at present to fund any capital program in FY
2012 or beyond. Re: property tax relief (reform): New Jersey's high
reliance on property taxes for revenue results in property tax
relief/reform being a perennial issue. Also, the level of state support
of local school districts and the level of direct property tax relief,
New York saw personal income tax collections below the latest             Total Population:   % Under age 18: 22.3%           Non-Hispanic:                   20% of children in NY live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: -23,079
target. New York downgraded their forecast, but receipts still were       19,378,102          % Between ages 18 and 64: 64.2% White: 65.7%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 75,099
failing to                                                                                    % 65 and older: 13.5%           African American: 15.9%         12% (260,333) of white children live in poor          Domestic: -98,178
meet the reduced target. NY saw corporate income tax receipts                                                                 Asian Pacific Islanders: 7.3%   families.
above estimate, which raised their forecast. Structural budget gaps                                                           American Indian and Alaska      30% (210,406) of black children live in poor
in New York are projected for FY 2012 ($9.0 billion or 14.6 percent),                                                         Native: 0.6%                    families.
FY 2013 ($14.6 billion or 20.4 percent), and FY 2014 ($17.2 billion or                                                        Hispanic or Latino Origin:      32% (302,817) of Hispanic children live in poor
22.3 percent). No actions have been taken yet to address the                                                                  3.0%                            families.
structural gaps, although recent budget gaps have been partially                                                              Mixed Race: 7.6%                19% (55,074) of Asian children live in poor families.
addressed through multi-year tax increases.. Top fiscal issues:                                                                                               (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
Budget: Dealing with a budget gap in excess of $9 billion. Re:
Budget/end of ARRA: Loss of $5.4 billion in federal stimulus funds.
Re: Taxes/ Revenues (sunsets): Several large tax increases enacted
over the last two years will sunset over the next three years. (NCSL)
Pennsylvania describes revenues as relatively stable, but there is     Total Population:     % Under age 18: 22.0%           Non-Hispanic:                   17% of children in PA live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 19,826
great concern about the loss of federal stimulus money in the next 12,702,379                % Between ages 18 and 64: 62.6% White: 81.9%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 18,480
fiscal year, as well as an expected spike                                                    % 65 and older: 15.4%           African American: 10.8%         11% (224,779) of white children live in poor         Domestic: 1,346
in pension costs. Pennsylvania noted that budget cuts between $2                                                             Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.7%   families.
billion and                                                                                                                  American Indian and Alaska      39% (135,134) of black children live in poor
$2.5 billion are anticipated for FY2012. Top Fiscal issues: re:                                                              Native: 0.2%                    families.
Pensions/ retirement: Due to a looming pension crisis for the state's                                                        Hispanic or Latino Origin:      33% (76,488) of Hispanic children live in poor
cost of public employee pensions, it is anticipated that there will be                                                       5.7%                            families.
an increase in pension costs of approximately $1.7 billion. Re:                                                              Mixed Race: 1.9%                16% (12,043)* of Asian children live in poor
Transportation/Capital: This is a non-general fund issue. (NCSL)                                                                                             families.
                                                                                                                                                             (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
Pennsylvania describes revenues as relatively stable, but there is     Total Population:     % Under age 18: 22.0%           Non-Hispanic:                   17% of children in PA live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 19,826
great concern about the loss of federal stimulus money in the next 12,702,379                % Between ages 18 and 64: 62.6% White: 81.9%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 18,480
fiscal year, as well as an expected spike                                                    % 65 and older: 15.4%           African American: 10.8%         11% (224,779) of white children live in poor         Domestic: 1,346
in pension costs. Pennsylvania noted that budget cuts between $2                                                             Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.7%   families.
billion and                                                                                                                  American Indian and Alaska      39% (135,134) of black children live in poor
$2.5 billion are anticipated for FY2012. Top Fiscal issues: re:                                                              Native: 0.2%                    families.
Pensions/ retirement: Due to a looming pension crisis for the state's                                                        Hispanic or Latino Origin:      33% (76,488) of Hispanic children live in poor
cost of public employee pensions, it is anticipated that there will be                                                       5.7%                            families.
an increase in pension costs of approximately $1.7 billion. Re:                                                              Mixed Race: 1.9%                16% (12,043)* of Asian children live in poor
Transportation/Capital: This is a non-general fund issue. (NCSL)                                                                                             families.
                                                                                                                                                             (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
Rhode Island reports that revenues appear to be stabilizing, but FY Total Population:        % Under age 18: 21.3%           Non-Hispanic:                   17% of children in RI live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: -3,076
2012 poses a challenge due to the loss of enhanced FMAP funding. 1,052,567                   % Between ages 18 and 64: 64.3% White: 81.4%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 3,096
Top Fiscal issues: re: Taxes/Revenues (tax policy): Incoming governor                        % 65 and older: 14.4%           African American: 5.7%          10% (14,093)* of white children live in poor         Domestic: -6,172
campaigned on a platform that includes sales tax base expansion.                                                             Asian Pacific Islanders: 3.0%   families.
(NCSL)                                                                                                                       American Indian and Alaska      36% (15,539) of Hispanic children live in poor
                                                                                                                             Native: 0.6%                    families.
                                                                                                                             Hispanic or Latino Origin:      (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                                                                                                             12.4%
                                                                                                                             Mixed Race: 3.3%



Texas has a FY 2011 budget gap of 4.6%. Education costs are              Total Population:   % Under age 18: 27.3%           Non-Hispanic:                   24% of children in TX live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 231,539
exceeding budgeted levels and K-12 formula funding is about $400 25,145,561                  % Between ages 18 and 64: 62.4% White: 70.4%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 88,116
million (2.1 percent) over budget. Top Fiscal issues: re: Budget:                            % 65 and older: 10.3%           African American: 11.8%         9% (229,982) of white children live in poor families. Domestic: 143,423
Overall spending. Revenues are beginning to rebound but not likely                                                           Asian Pacific Islanders: 3.9%   32% (240,300) of black children live in poor
at historical rates. Appropriations reductions will be necessary to                                                          American Indian and Alaska      families.
adjust spending trends to match new revenue trends. Re: Rainy Day                                                            Native: 0.7%                    35% (1,117,375) of Hispanic children live in poor
Fund/ Reserves: The state is fortunate to have a rainy day fund                                                              Hispanic or Latino Origin:      families.
balance that is likely to reach $9 billion by 2012. The Legislature will                                                     37.6%                           12% (26,790) of Asian children live in poor families.
need to balance the use of these reserves with spending reductions                                                           Mixed Race: 2.7%                (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
so that sufficient reserves are available in the future. Re: Jobs: The
state is producing new jobs while some parts of the nation are losing
jobs. Budget and policy decisions in the upcoming session will focus
on preserving the engines that promote job growth. (NCSL)
In Virginia, the 2010 Legislature approved actions to close the             Total Population:   % Under age 18: 23.2%           Non-Hispanic:                   14% of children in VA live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 39,166
previously estimated                                                        8,001,024           % Between ages 18 and 64: 64.6% White: 68.6%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 20,928
FY 2012 budget gap of $2.2 billion. Top Fiscal Issues: Re: Taxes/                               % 65 and older: 12.2%           African American: 19.4%         9% (93,732) of white children live in poor families. Domestic: 18,238
Revenues: Privatization of ABC (state-owned liquor stores) activities.                                                          Asian Pacific Islanders: 5.6%   28% (103,862) of black children live in poor
The current plan endorsed by the government reform panel                                                                        Native Amer/Eskimo/Aleut:       families.
(executive) would generate roughly $400 million to $500 million in                                                              0.4%                            19% (35,625) of Hispanic children live in poor
one-time funds, which would be dedicated to transportation.                                                                     Hispanic or Latino Origin:      families.
However, the plan reduces state general funds generated from ABC                                                                2.9%                            7% (6,002)* of Asian children live in poor families.
profits by about $45 million per year. Re: Education (higher                                                                    Mixed Race: 7.9%                (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
education reforms): The governor has indicated that he will submit
legislation related to higher education reform, including increasing
the number of degrees produced, more investment in research and
efforts to improve access and affordability. Re: Transportation/
Other Capital: The governor has indicated that he plans to introduce
legislation to address the state's transportation funding issues.
Washington’s business and occupation tax failed to meet a reduced           Total Population:   % Under age 18: 23.5%           Non-Hispanic:                   16% of children in WA live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 58,157
target. Top fiscal issues re: Budget: Balancing the FY 2011 budget.         6,724,540           % Between ages 18 and 64: 64.2% White: 77.3%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 19,956
This will likely be the first fiscal related task facing the Legislature.                       % 65 and older: 12.3%           African American: 3.6%          11% (112,602) of white children live in poor          Domestic: 38,201
The governor has asked each caucus to provide a list of reduction                                                               Asian Pacific Islanders: 7.8%   families.
options by Nov. 29, 2010, in preparation for a special session in                                                               American Indian and Alaska      37% (22,320) of black children live in poor families.
December 2010. Re: Budget: Balancing the FY 2012 and FY 2013                                                                    Native: 1.5%                    31% (83,811) of Hispanic children live in poor
budgets. This will be a large challenge and will likely involve policy                                                          Hispanic or Latino Origin:      families.
and fiscal discussions in almost all areas of state government. It                                                              11.2%                           14% (13,404)* of Asian children live in poor
could lead to broader discussions around government reform, K-12                                                                Mixed Race: 4.7%                families.
finance, human services programs, personnel related issues, etc.                                                                                                27% (5,770)* of American Indian children live in
The broader budget discussion may result in other issues                                                                                                        poor families.
beingdiscussed including pensions, employee benefits, K-12 finance                                                                                              (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
government reform, human services programs and higher education
In West (NCSL)
funding.Virginia, collections are $95 million or 7.9% over estimated        Total Population:   % Under age 18: 20.9%           Non-Hispanic:                   23% of children in WV live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 5,068    Senator Jay Rockefeller, D-
collections through October. Top Fiscal Issues: Unemployment Trust          1,852,994           % Between ages 18 and 64: 63.1% White: 93.9%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 558              WV;
Fund; Re: Pensions/ Retirement Dealing with retirement unfunded                                 % 65 and older: 16.0%           African American: 3.4%          22% (75,089) of white children live in poor families. Domestic: 4,510
liabilities. Re: Pensions/ Retirement: Post-employment liabilities such                                                         Asian Pacific Islanders: 0.7%   46% (5,337)* of black children live in poor families.
as retiree health premium subsidies. (NCSL)                                                                                     American Indian and Alaska      (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                                                                                                                Native: 0.2%
                                                                                                                                Hispanic or Latino Origin:
                                                                                                                                1.2%
                                                                                                                                Mixed Race: 1.5%



Top Fiscal Issues: re: HealthCare/ Medicaid: Medical assistance             Total Population:   % Under age 18: 23.6%           Non-Hispanic:                   17% of children in WI live in poor families, defined Total Net Migration: 1,126
funding. Other: Court ordered epayment of $200 million plus lost            5,686,986           % Between ages 18 and 64: 62.7% White: 86.2%                    as income below 100% of the federal poverty level. International: 6,798
earnings and interest from the general fund to the Patients                                     % 65 and older: 13.7%           African American: 6.3%          11% (106,143) of white children live in poor          Domestic: -5,672
Compensation Fund. Taxes/ Revenues: Necessary actions if                                                                        Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.3%   families.
revenues do not meet the estimate. (NCSL)                                                                                       American Indian and Alaska      49% (50,351) of black children live in poor families.
                                                                                                                                Native: 1.0%                    35% (39,789) of Hispanic children live in poor
                                                                                                                                Hispanic or Latino Origin:      families.
                                                                                                                                5.9%                            43% (5,183) of American Indian children live in poor
                                                                                                                                Mixed Race: 1.8%                families.
                                                                                                                                                                (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)



                                                                                                                                                                *Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2010
Statewide and       Other Possible Hooks
Local Initiatives
Jimmie Johnson,
NASCAR
Jimmy
Johnson/NASCAR
offices in four North
Carolina cities:
Charlotte,
Mooresville, Concord,
and Conover
     Hot Spot
     Cities/Regions
     MacArthur Digital Media and Learning Grantees
     Academic Innovators and Research Labs (MacArthur funded)
     Private Sector Digital Youth Programs or Research Entities
     Non-profit Digital Youth Programs or Entities
     Public/Private Partnerships
     Innovative Schools/School Districts
     Innovative Out-of-School Time Programs
     Media Coverage
     Spokespeople/Advisory Committee Members
     Policymakers Champions
     Decision Makers
     Fiscal Environment
     Other Possible Hooks

AZ   Tempe
CA   Bay Area, CA (SF/Marin/Oakland/Silicon Valley/)
CA   Southern CA (Los Angeles/ Orange County/San Diego)
CO   Denver
CT   New Haven
DC   Washington
FL   Daytona Beach
FL   Miami Beach
FL   Tallahassee
IL   Chicago
IN   Bloomington, Columbus
MA   Cambridge/Boston
ME   Auburn, Augusta, Bangor, Biddeford, Portland, Presque Isle
MI   Ann Arbor/Detroit, Lansing
MN   Saint Paul
NC   Durham
NC   Mooresville
NJ   Princeton
NY   New York City
PA   Philadelphia
PA   Pittsburgh
RI   Providence, Newport
TX   Austin
VA   Fairfax
WA   Seattle
WV   Beckley, Charleston, Fairmont, Martinsbur;
WI   Madison
Hot Spot State's     Age*                State's Racial/Ethnic              State's Children in Poverty**                                     State's Net Migration 2008-2009*
         Population*                     Breakdown*

        Total         % Under age 18:    Non-Hispanic:                      23% of AZ children live in poor families, defined as income       Total Net Migration: 42,108
        Population:   25.5%              White: 73%                         below 100% of the federal poverty level.                          International: 26,997
        6,392,017     % Between ages     African American: 4.1%             11% of white children live in poor families.                      Domestic: 15,111
                      18 and 64: 60.7%   Asian Pacific Islanders: 3.0%      32% (22,330) of black children live in poor families.
  AZ                  % 65 and older:    American Indian and Alaska         33% (242,286) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                      13.8               Native: 4.6%                       46% (35,734) of American Indian children live in poor families.
                                         Hispanic or Latino Origin: 29.6%   (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                         Mixed Race: 3.4%
        Total         % Under age 18:    Non-Hispanic:                      20% of children in CA live in poor families, defined as income    Total Net Migration: 66,802
        Population:   25%                White: 57.8%                       below 100% of the federal poverty level.                          International: 165,600
        37,253,956    % Between ages     African American: 6.2%             9% (241,016) of white children live in poor families.             Domestic: -98,798
                      18 and 64: 63.6%   Asian Pacific Islanders: 13.4%     30% (155,902) of black children live in poor families.
  CA                  % 65 and older:    American Indian and Alaska         27% (1,263,374) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                      11.4%              Nativet: 1.0%                      12% (110,568) of Asian children live in poor families.
                                         Hispanic or Latino Origin: 37.8%   27% (8,125)* of American Indian children live in poor families.
                                         Mixed Race: 4.9%                   (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
        Total         % Under age 18:    Non-Hispanic:                      18% of children live in poor families, defined as income below    Total Net Migration: 48,669
        Population:   24.4%              White: 81.3%                       100% of the federal poverty level.                                International: 13,078
        5,029,196     % Between ages     African American: 4%               8% (59,652) of white children live in poor families.              Domestic: 35,591
                      18 and 64: 64.7%   Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.9%      37% (17,927) of black children live in poor families.
  CO                  % 65 and older:    American Indian and Alaska         35% (124,179) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                      10.9%              Native: 1.1%                       (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                         Hispanic or Latino Origin: 20.7%
                                         Mixed Race: 3.4%
        Total         % Under age 18:    Non-Hispanic:                      12% of children in CT live in poor families , defined as income   Total Net Migration: 3,498
        Population:   22.9%              White: 77.36%                      below 100% of the federal poverty level.                          International: 11,322
        3,574,097     % Between ages     African American: 10.1%            5% (26,473) of white children live in poor families.              Domestic: -7,824
                      18 and 64: 62.9%   Asian Pacific Islanders: 3.8%      25% (20,790) of black children live in poor families.
  CT                  % 65 and older:    American Indian and Alaska         31% (43,762) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                      14.2%              Native: 0.3%                       (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                         Hispanic or Latino Origin: 13.4%
                                         Mixed Race: 2.6%
     Total         % Under age 18:  Non-Hispanic:                        30% of children in DC live in poor families, defined as income   Total Net Migration: 6,550
     Population:   16.8%            White: 38.5                          below 100% of the federal poverty level.                         International: 2,096
     601,723       % Between ages   African American: 50.7%              No data available on racial breakdown of children in poverty.    Domestic: 4,454
DC                 18 and 64: 71.8% Asian Pacific Islanders: 3.6%        (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                   % 65 and older:  American Indian and Alaska
                   11.4%            Native: 0.3%
                                    Hispanic or Latino Origin: 9.1%
                                    Mixed Race: 2.9%
     Total         % Under age 18: Non-Hispanic:                         21% of children in FL live in poor families, defined as income   Total Net Migration: 56,202
     Population:   21.3%            White: 75%                           below 100% of the federal poverty level.                         International: 87,381
     18,801,310    % Between ages African American: 16%                  12% (237,943) of white children live in poor families.           Domestic: -31,179
                   18 and 64: 61.4% Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.5%        38% (299,055) of black children live in poor families.
FL                 % 65 and older: American Indian and Alaska            25% (264,370) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   17.3%            Native: 0.4%                         12% (11,918)* of Asian children live in poor families.
                                    Hispanic or Latino Origin: 22.5%     (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                    Mixed Race: 2.5%
     Total         % Under age 18:  Non-Hispanic:                        22% of children in GA live in poor families, defined as income   Total Net Migration: 53,950
     Population:   25.3%            White: 59.7%                         below 100% of the federal poverty level.                         International: 27,346
     9,687,653     % Between ages   African American: 30.5%              11% (137,951) of white children live in poor families.           Domestic: 26,604
GA                 18 and 64: 64%   Asian Pacific Islanders: 3.3%        33% (265,018) of black children live in poor families.
                   % 65 and older:  American Indian and Alaska           41% (127,110) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   10.7%            Native: 0.3%                         11% (8,459) of Asian children live in poor families.
                                    Hispanic or Latino Origin: 8.8%      (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                    Mixed Race: 2.1%
     Total         % Under age 18: Non-Hispanic:                         19% of children in IL live in poor families, defined as income   Total Net Migration: -12,410
     Population:   24.4%            White: 71.5%                         below 100% of the federal poverty level.                         International: 35,839
     12,830,632    % Between ages African American: 14.5%                10% (170,823) of white children live in poor families.           Domestic: -48,249
                   18 and 64: 63.1% Asian Pacific Islanders: 4.6%        40% (199,299) of black children live in poor families.
IL                 % 65 and older: American Indian and Alaska            25% (174,765) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   12.5%            Native: 0.3%                         9% (11,694)* of Asian children live in poor families.
                                    Hispanic or Latino Origin: 15.8%     (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                    Mixed Race: 2.3%
     Total         % Under age 18:    Non-Hispanic:                      20% of children in IN live in poor families, defined as income   Total Net Migration: 2,389
     Population:   24.8%              White: 84.3%                       below 100% of the federal poverty level.                         International: 9,194
     6,483,802     % Between ages     African American: 9.1%             14% (166,457) of white children live in poor families.           Domestic: -6,805
                   18 and 64: 62.2%   Asian Pacific Islanders: 1.6%      44% (70,544) of black children live in poor families.
IN                 % 65 and older:    American Indian and Alaska         36% (47,706) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   13.0%              Native: 0.3%                       (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                      Hispanic or Latino Origin: 15.8%
                                      Mixed Race: 2.0%
     Total         % Under age 18:  Non-Hispanic:                       13% of children in MA live in poor families, defined as income    Total Net Migration: 28,132
     Population:   21.7%            White: 80.4%                        below 100% of the federal poverty level.                          International: 24,518
     6,547,629     % Between ages   African American: 6.6%              7% (71,588) of white children live in poor families.              Domestic: 3,614
MA                 18 and 64: 64.5% Asian Pacific Islanders: 5.3%       25% (25,881) of black children live in poor families.
                   % 65 and older:  American Indian and Alaska          38% (72,078) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   13.8%            Native: 0.3%                        11% (8,108)* of Asian children live in poor families.
                                    Hispanic or Latino Origin: 2.6%     (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                    Mixed Race: 9.6%
     Total         % Under age 18: Non-Hispanic:                        17% of children in Maine live in poor families, defined as        Total Net Migration: -2,109
     Population:   20.7%            White: 95.2%                        income below 100% of the federal poverty level.                   International: 828
     1,328,361     % Between ages African American: 1.2%                No data available on racial breakdown of children in poverty.     Domestic: -2,937
ME                 18 and 64: 63.4% Asian Pacific Islanders: 1.0%       (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                   % 65 and older: American Indian and Alaska
                   15.9%            Native: 0.6%
                                    Hispanic or Latino Origin: 1.3%
                                    Mixed Race: 1.6%
     Total         % Under age 18: Non-Hispanic:                        22% of children in MI live in poor families, defined as income    Total Net Migration: -71,893
     Population:   23.7%            White: 78.9%                        below 100% of the federal poverty level.                          International: 15,446
     9,883,640     % Between ages African American: 14.2%               15% (239,489) of white children live in poor families.            Domestic: -87,339
MI                 18 and 64: 62.5% Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.4%       46% (174,084) of black children live in poor families.
                   % 65 and older: American Indian and Alaska           37% (56,191) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   13.8%            Native: 0.6%                        19% (12,145)* of Asian children live in poor families.
                                    Hispanic or Latino Origin: 4.4%     (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                    Mixed Race: 2.3%
     Total         % Under age 18: Non-Hispanic:                        14% of children in MN live in poor families, defined as income    Total Net Migration: 1,253
     Population:   24.2%            White: 85.3%                        below 100% of the federal poverty level.                          International: 10,066
     5,303,925     % Between ages African American: 5.2%                8% (78,847) of white children live in poor families.              Domestic: -8,813
MN                 18 and 64: 62.9% Asian Pacific Islanders: 4.0%       46% (34,318) of black children live in poor families.
                   % 65 and older: Native Amer/Eskimo/Aleut: 1.1%       30% (26,683) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   12.9%            Hispanic or Latino Origin: 2.4%     22% (13,256)* of Asian children live in poor families.
                                    Mixed Race: 4.7%                    (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
     Total         % Under age 18:    Non-Hispanic:                     22% of children in NC live in poor families, defined as income    Total Net Migration: 80,319
     Population:   23.9%              White: 68.5%                      below 100% of the federal poverty level.                          International: 21,211
     9,535,483     % Between ages     African American: 21.5%           12% (157,738) of white children live in poor families.            Domestic: 59,108
                   18 and 64: 63.2%   Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.3%     36% (182,169) of black children live in poor families.
NC                 % 65 and older:    Native Amer/Eskimo/Aleut: 1.3%    41% (115,449) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   12.9%              Hispanic or Latino Origin: 2.2%   15% (7,277)* of Asian children live in poor families.
                                      Mixed Race: 8.4%                  30% (7,014)* of American Indian children live in poor families.
                                                                        (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
     Total         % Under age 18:  Non-Hispanic:                        14% of children in NJ live in poor families (National: 21%),     Total Net Migration: 5,670
     Population:   23.5%            White: 68.6%                         defined as income below 100% of the federal poverty level.       International: 37,360
     8,791,894     % Between ages   African American: 13.7%              6% (69,249) of white children live in poor families.             Domestic: -31.690
NJ                 18 and 64: 63.0% Asian Pacific Islanders: 8.3%        27% (75,906) of black children live in poor families.
                   % 65 and older:  American Indian and Alaska           25% (108,331) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   13.5%            Native: 0.3%                         7% (12,031)* of Asian children live in poor families.
                                    Hispanic or Latino Origin: 2.7%      (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                    Mixed Race: 17.7%
     Total         % Under age 18: Non-Hispanic:                         20% of children in NY live in poor families, defined as income   Total Net Migration: -23,079
     Population:   22.3%            White: 65.7%                         below 100% of the federal poverty level.                         International: 75,099
     19,378,102    % Between ages African American: 15.9%                12% (260,333) of white children live in poor families.           Domestic: -98,178
NY                 18 and 64: 64.2% Asian Pacific Islanders: 7.3%        30% (210,406) of black children live in poor families.
                   % 65 and older: American Indian and Alaska            32% (302,817) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   13.5%            Native: 0.6%                         19% (55,074) of Asian children live in poor families.
                                    Hispanic or Latino Origin: 3.0%      (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                    Mixed Race: 7.6%
     Total         % Under age 18: Non-Hispanic:                         17% of children in PA live in poor families, defined as income   Total Net Migration: 19,826
     Population:   22.0%            White: 81.9%                         below 100% of the federal poverty level.                         International: 18,480
     12,702,379    % Between ages African American: 10.8%                11% (224,779) of white children live in poor families.           Domestic: 1,346
PA                 18 and 64: 62.6% Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.7%        39% (135,134) of black children live in poor families.
                   % 65 and older: American Indian and Alaska            33% (76,488) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   15.4%            Native: 0.2%                         16% (12,043)* of Asian children live in poor families.
                                    Hispanic or Latino Origin: 5.7%      (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                    Mixed Race: 1.9%
     Total         % Under age 18: Non-Hispanic:                         17% of children in RI live in poor families, defined as income   Total Net Migration: -3,076
     Population:   21.3%            White: 81.4%                         below 100% of the federal poverty level.                         International: 3,096
     1,052,567     % Between ages African American: 5.7%                 10% (14,093)* of white children live in poor families.           Domestic: -6,172
                   18 and 64: 64.3% Asian Pacific Islanders: 3.0%        36% (15,539) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
RI                 % 65 and older: American Indian and Alaska            (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                   14.4%            Native: 0.6%
                                    Hispanic or Latino Origin: 12.4%
                                    Mixed Race: 3.3%
     Total         % Under age 18:    Non-Hispanic:                      24% of children in TX live in poor families, defined as income   Total Net Migration: 231,539
     Population:   27.3%              White: 70.4%                       below 100% of the federal poverty level.                         International: 88,116
     25,145,561    % Between ages     African American: 11.8%            9% (229,982) of white children live in poor families.            Domestic: 143,423
                   18 and 64: 62.4%   Asian Pacific Islanders: 3.9%      32% (240,300) of black children live in poor families.
TX                 % 65 and older:    American Indian and Alaska         35% (1,117,375) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   10.3%              Native: 0.7%                       12% (26,790) of Asian children live in poor families.
                                      Hispanic or Latino Origin: 37.6%   (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                      Mixed Race: 2.7%
     Total         % Under age 18:    Non-Hispanic:                      14% of children in VA live in poor families, defined as income    Total Net Migration: 39,166
     Population:   23.2%              White: 68.6%                       below 100% of the federal poverty level.                          International: 20,928
     8,001,024     % Between ages     African American: 19.4%            9% (93,732) of white children live in poor families.              Domestic: 18,238
VA                 18 and 64: 64.6%   Asian Pacific Islanders: 5.6%      28% (103,862) of black children live in poor families.
                   % 65 and older:    Native Amer/Eskimo/Aleut: 0.4%     19% (35,625) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   12.2%              Hispanic or Latino Origin: 2.9%    7% (6,002)* of Asian children live in poor families.
                                      Mixed Race: 7.9%                   (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
     Total         % Under age 18:    Non-Hispanic:                      16% of children in WA live in poor families, defined as income    Total Net Migration: 58,157
     Population:   23.5%              White: 77.3%                       below 100% of the federal poverty level.                          International: 19,956
     6,724,540     % Between ages     African American: 3.6%             11% (112,602) of white children live in poor families.            Domestic: 38,201
                   18 and 64: 64.2%   Asian Pacific Islanders: 7.8%      37% (22,320) of black children live in poor families.
WA                 % 65 and older:    American Indian and Alaska         31% (83,811) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   12.3%              Native: 1.5%                       14% (13,404)* of Asian children live in poor families.
                                      Hispanic or Latino Origin: 11.2%   27% (5,770)* of American Indian children live in poor families.
                                      Mixed Race: 4.7%                   (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
     Total         % Under age 18:    Non-Hispanic:                      23% of children in WV live in poor families, defined as income    Total Net Migration: 5,068
     Population:   20.9%              White: 93.9%                       below 100% of the federal poverty level.                          International: 558
     1,852,994     % Between ages     African American: 3.4%             22% (75,089) of white children live in poor families.             Domestic: 4,510
                   18 and 64: 63.1%   Asian Pacific Islanders: 0.7%      46% (5,337)* of black children live in poor families.
WV
                   % 65 and older:    American Indian and Alaska         (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                   16.0%              Native: 0.2%
                                      Hispanic or Latino Origin: 1.2%
                                      Mixed Race: 1.5%
     Total         % Under age 18:    Non-Hispanic:                      17% of children in WI live in poor families, defined as income    Total Net Migration: 1,126
     Population:   23.6%              White: 86.2%                       below 100% of the federal poverty level.                          International: 6,798
     5,686,986     % Between ages     African American: 6.3%             11% (106,143) of white children live in poor families.            Domestic: -5,672
                   18 and 64: 62.7%   Asian Pacific Islanders: 2.3%      49% (50,351) of black children live in poor families.
WI
                   % 65 and older:    American Indian and Alaska         35% (39,789) of Hispanic children live in poor families.
                   13.7%              Native: 1.0%                       43% (5,183) of American Indian children live in poor families.
                                      Hispanic or Latino Origin: 5.9%    (source: National Center for Children in Poverty)
                                      Mixed Race: 1.8%
                                      *Source: U.S. Bureau of the        **Source: National Center for Children in Poverty
                                      Census, 2010

				
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