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Brighter Futures Indiana Data Center
Brighter Futures Indiana Data Center, created in 2019 by the Indiana Family and Social Services Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning and Early Learning Indiana, is a data visualization tool. It provides demographic and program data on capacity, quality, supply, demand, affordability, subsidized care, and types of early childhood education programs and services. The public tool has data specifically curated for families, providers, and community members. The Data Center was created using funds from the Preschool Development Grant Birth through Five (PDG B-5). Learn more: Brighter Futures Indiana Data Center Sources:Indiana Family and Social Services Administration. (2019). Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Learning (OECOSL) Preschool Development Grant
  • Infrastructure to Support Early Childhood Systems
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    2019
    Preschool Development Grant Birth through Five
    Data Visualization Tool
    Brighter Futures Indiana Data Center, created in 2019 by the Indiana Family and Social Services Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning and Early Learning Indiana, is a data visualization tool. It provides demographic and program data on capacity, quality, supply, demand, affordability, subsidized care, and types of early childhood education programs and services. The public tool has data specifically curated for families, providers, and community members. The Data Center was created using funds from the Preschool Development Grant Birth through Five (PDG B-5). Learn more: Brighter Futures Indiana Data Center Sources:Indiana Family and Social Services Administration. (2019). Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Learning (OECOSL) Preschool Development Grant
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    Demographics Data Scorecard

    State population

    6,833,037 Source U.S. Census, 2022

    Rural %

    28.8% Source U.S. Census, 2020

    Urban %

    71.2% Source U.S. Census, 2020

    Number of children 0–4

    408,309 Source KIDS COUNT, 2021

    Poverty levels - children 0—8 below 200% poverty

    40% Source KIDS COUNT, 2021

    Median family income among households with children

    $77,800.00 Source KIDS COUNT, 2021

    Unemployment rate

    3.1% Source U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, December 2022

    Unemployment rate of parents

    3% Source KIDS COUNT, 2021

    Children under age 6 with all available parents in the labor force

    65% Source KIDS COUNT, 2021

    Children living in households with a high housing cost burden

    21% Source KIDS COUNT, 2021

    Child Population by Race and Ethnicity Source KIDS COUNT, 2021

    Race and Ethnicity

    • American Indian and Alaska Native (0.49%)
    • Asian (3%)
    • Black or African American (12%)
    • Hispanic or Latino (12%)
    • Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander (0.49%)
    • Two or more races (4%)
    • White, not Hispanic or Latino (69%)
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    Early Childhood Education Programs

    Public Pre-K Program Name

    N/A Source: NIEER 2023

    Universal or Targeted Pre-K Policy

    N/A Source: NIEER 2023

    Early Childhood Education Programs (3-Year-Olds) Source: NIEER 2023

    Programs

    • 3-Year-old Children Enrolled in Head Start (6%)
    • Other/None (94%)

    Early Childhood Education Programs (4-Year-Olds) Source: NIEER 2023

    Programs

    • 4-Year-old Children Enrolled in Head Start (7%)
    • Other/None (93%)

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    2017–2019 Median Hourly Wages Source CSCCE 2018, 2020

    Role

    • Child Care Workers
      $10.06 (2017, adjusted)
      $10.31 (2019)
    • Preschool Teachers
      $12.19 (2017, adjusted)
      $12.84 (2019)
    • Preschool or Child Care Center Directors
      $19.86 (2017, adjusted)
      $19.51 (2019)

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    Federal and State Early Childhood Education Funding (in Millions) Source First Five Years Fund, 2022

    Funding Source

    • Head Start and Early Head Start Funding ($152.9)
    • CCDBG & Mandatory Funds ($188.1)
    • CCDBG State Match ($13.7)
    • CCDBG COVID Relief Allocations - CARES, CRRSE, ARPA (CCDF & Stabilization) ($1200.0)
    • State-Funded Pre-K ($10.0)
    • MIECHV ($13.9)
    • IDEA Part C ($13.8)
    • IDEA Part B, Sec 619 ($114.0)