I previously posted about kidsdata.org, a web site that tracks nearly 300 indicators of child health and well being in California. Data points range from family economics and physical health to child safety and emotional health. Today I attended the program we hosted where staff from the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health demonstrated some of the features of the expanded kidsdata site. The site proves to be a trustworthy clearinghouse for statistical information. Kidsdata also provides tools to present the data you need for proposals, reports, and presentations in easy-to-interpret charts and graphs. In addition the site gives explanations for what the data mean, as well as links to related news and research. I highly recommend visiting kidsdata.org and exploring its many features.