CAHS officially presented the 2013 Kids Count Data Book at the Legislative Office Building in the Capitol. You can find the whole book here in PDF form with detailed town by town information in more of a dozen indicators.
The really important part, however, goes beyond the PDF; you can also download the raw data at the newly revamped Kids Count Data Center. Here you can map trends, compare towns and regions and get a more detailed look at the information on the data book. You can generate reports by county, town, school or even Congressional district. You can also check the CT Kids Count score, and see how each region in Connecticut compares to the state and national average.
In a state where data is sometimes hard to find, the data center is a great resource for advocates and policy makers. Make sure to check it out.