Websites – K
This is an alphabetical list of websites listed on Harris Library web pages.
Karkavelas Multicultural Resources
This page is maintained by Will Karkavelas at Osaka University. The resources are divided into four main content areas: Native American, African-American, Multicultural Voices and Culture Theory: Postcolonialism, Postmodernism, Multiculturalism, Theorists,Authors. The site leads to multicultural information in a variety of formats including articles, film, television programs, editorials, and classroom materials.
KIDS COUNT is a project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation. It is a national and state-by-state effort to track the status of children in the United States. The site includes access to most of the compiled data and data summaries that have been generated by the project. It also allows you to create graphs and charts from the data. Also included on the site are reports, working papers, and links to AECF Initiative Sites.
KIDS COUNT CENSUS
KIDS COUNT CENSUS is an online interface to help the user quickly and easily create, view and print reports. The Annie E. Casey Foundation has compiled indicators of child well-being from the 2000 U.S. Census both short form (Census SFI) and long form (Census SF3). You can gather information from geographic areas, produce summary profiles, generate ranking tables based on measures and type of geographic areas selected, and download raw data that can be tab-delimited text format for importing into most spreadsheets.