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Longitudinal Deaf-Blind Child Count Data Files

National Child Count

Longitudinal Deaf-Blind Child Count Data Files

National Child Count

This page was last updated on Feb 24, 2019 at 8:48 am

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NEW February 2019 - Crosstabs of Vision Loss by Hearing Loss 2010 - 2017: All States


Note November 2017: Updated data files to include data for 2013 - 2017 are currently being worked on. Check back for updates.


Selected variables in the Annual Deaf-Blind Child Count have been organized into data files. Each file contains data at the state/project level for each of the past 6 years (2007-2012)*, essentially combining the annual reports into a single file. Each file is set up by state, by year. You can download and save these files and then use them as you wish. These Excel files can be downloaded and used to look at changes over time at the state or national level.

* The codes for Race/Ethnicity changed from 5 codes to 7 codes in the 2010 collection year. Longitudinal data are separated into two sets - one prior to 2010 and one for years 2010 and later.

Included here are files for:

(2007-2012) Age Groups
(2007-2012) Race/Ethnicity
(2007-2012) Hearing Impairment
(2007-2012) Vision Impairment
(2007-2012) Etiologies
(2007-2012) Part B Disability Categories
(2007-2012) ECSE (3-5) Education Settings
(2007-2012) School Age (6-21) Education Settings
(2007-2012) State Assessments
(2007-2012) Part C Exiting
(2007-2012) Part B Exiting
(2007-2012) Living Setting


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1 Comments

Neat! I just got around to looking at these, Mark. It would be great to do some online, interactive trend reports with these.

Jeff Denton

Posted Feb 5, 2014 by Jeff Denton

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