Children of Metropolitan St. Louis: A Report to the Community
Vision for Children at Risk’s bi-ennial publication of indicator data is currently in its ninth edition. The current edition features more than 30 indicators of child well-being, reported at the ZIP code, school district, or neighborhood/municipality level, and includes percentage data, raw data and full color maps. The CMSL report is intended to provide the best available and most comprehensive data for community assessment, program evaluation, grant application, and the improvement of policy and service provision. (2009, 150 pages).
Note: For more current data, visit the Kids’ Data section
Other Reports & Publications
Vision for Children at Risk often produces research and analysis as a function of grant-funded programming, fee-for-service contracts, or pro bono data requests. A few such publications are listed here.
- 2015 Landscape Report: Quantifying the Nonprofit Sector in Missouri (Fall 2015) Produced for Nonprofit Missouri, this report demonstrates the economic impact of nonprofit organizations, providing data by county on expenditures, assets and employment.
- Local & National Perspectives on Critical Issues Facing the St. Louis Public Schools: Summaries from Community Forums in the Series “A Public Dialogue on Public Educ ation.” (September, 2007).
- Child Health in Core Missouri Counties of the St. Louis Region: Overview, Key Findings & Recommendations. (2005).