Understanding trends in the child population helps us plan for and improve our state's schools, child care settings, youth-serving organizations, and future workforce. Minnesota's younger residents are more racially, culturally and linguistically diverse than older generations, which creates challenges and opportunities. The more we know about Minnesota's children, the better equipped we are to make smart investments in their - and our - future.
Profiles: Geographic Profiles
Topics: Aging, Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Civic Engagement, Demographics, Disparities, Early Childhood, Economy, Education, Environment, Health, Housing, Immigration, Public Safety, Transportation, Workforce