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U.S. Public Interest Research Group, Kids In Danger, August, 2019
Reports & Papers
Between June 20th and July 10th, U.S. PIRG and Kids In Danger (KID) contacted more than 600 child care facilities through email and phone about whether they were using the recalled sleepers in their child care facility. One in 10 of the 376 survey…
Durrett Jordan A., Bey Asia S., October, 2014
Reports & Papers
In order to determine how Illinois could better keep the estimated 503,700 children less than five years old that depend on some kind of regular child care safe, Kids In Danger (KID) surveyed Illinois child care workers. A total of 227 responses…
Durrett Jordan A., Bey Asia S., October, 2014
Executive Summary
Kids In Danger (KID) recently surveyed child care workers throughout Illinois to assess behavior and attitudes towards children's product safety. Findings of the report include: (1) Forty-nine percent of the respondents reported at least one…