Concerning Kids: A Skillman Foundation Study

Concerning Kids: A Skillman Foundation Study was the first-ever comprehensive series of polls on what residents of metropolitan Detroit think, feel and know about issues concerning children and youth. Below is a sample of some of what the Foundation learned from 2002 to 2005. Our polls showed people in general cared deeply about kids. View results and summaries from the study below.

Affirms Public Priorities Identified in Community Meetings – February 2005

Change Over Time: Follow-Up Benchmark Survey Results – April 2003

Healthcare Survey Results – November 2003

Parents and Kids: Summary Reports – November 2003

Baseline Survey Results – September 2002

Education Survey Results – September 2002

Violence and Youth Development Issue Survey Results – November 2002

The Skillman Foundation

A voice for children since 1960, the Skillman Foundation works to ensure that Detroit youth have access to high-quality educational and economic opportunities and a strong, broad network of champions that work on behalf of young people’s interests.

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