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National Child's Day: November 20, 2021

Press Release Number CB21-SFS.153

From The American Presidency Project, Proclamation 4951—National Children's Day, 1982: “National Children's Day provides a time for us to recognize the value, vitality, and potential of our young people. It is a day to recommit ourselves to nurturing our youth and to helping them achieve a healthy and happy future. We must strive to encourage our children to take advantage of opportunities for positive educational experiences and training, for the manner in which our children grow and learn will dramatically affect how our Nation is able to meet its future challenges.”

From The American Presidency Project, Proclamation 9545—National Child's Day, 2016: Our journey is not complete until all our children are cared for, cherished, and safe from harm. On National Child's Day, let us forge a future of greater opportunity and prosperity for every young person, and let us seek to reach our greatest potential as a Nation by ensuring our daughters and sons can live up to theirs.”

More Stats

From Topics > Population:

Source: 2019 American Community Survey (ACS), 1-Year Estimates.

  • NAICS 62411, Child and Youth Services
  • NAICS 62441, Child Day Care Services

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