California Children's Budget
Pardee Legal Research Center, Lower Level
A nationally acclaimed annual publication of the Children's Advocacy Institute, the California Children's Budget is a thorough compilation and analysis of past and proposed funding for children's programs in California. Chapters covering poverty, nutrition, health, disability, childcare, education, abuse and delinquency present the status of public spending for children, with budget figures adjusted to reflect inflation and population trends.
"The Children's Advocacy Institute's work on budget analysis for children remains the most thorough and well-researched document nationwide."
Voices for America's Children,
(formerly know as The National Association of Child Advocates)
For the current issue and information on how to obtain previous issues, please visit http://caichildlaw.org/childrens-budget.htm