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White Papers | Posted: October 22, 2009

Misleading Child Well Being Report

"America's Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2003," Flawed Methodology and Bad Data Miseducating Polity and Public Policy on the State of "Well-Being" of American Children

By Judith A. Reisman, PhD, 2009
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  1. "Child Well-Being data released under Dr. Alexander misleads and dangerously misdirects the polity and thereby public policy decision makers at legislative, judicial and granting levels. Beyond the problems associated with the Federal Interagency Forum errors, Dr. Alexander has systematically awarded research funds for fraudulent and injurious sexuality studies.
  2. "Questions must be answered regarding Alexander's funding of agents whose institutional history is that of fraud, criminal child sexual abuse and a fifty-year cover up of said child sexual abuse.
  3. "Dr. Alexander was publicly quoted as claiming, himself, that there are no biologically determined males or females.
  4. "FIFCFS reports, 1997 to 2003, ignore school sex abuse, child prostitution and child pornography and its access on the Internet to children and adults, the disturbing data on "plea bargaining" that allows child molesters to avoid felony charges or records and scores of other measures of dysfunction (seen in my attached monograph, "How the FBI and DOJ Minimize Child Sexual Abuse Reporting."
  5. "Despite the common knowledge of epidemic rates of STDs among children, the Alexander methodology excluded any discussion of STDs among youths in their "Well-Being" analysis. Yet, the highest age-specific chlamydia rates were for girls, ages 15 to 19 (2,536 per 100,000).[2015: 2994.4, ages 20-14: 3730.0]  Gonorrhea rates were highest among girls 15 to 19 at 703 per 100,000 [2015 highest in ages 20-24 546.9}.
  6. "Since nothing in this FIFCFS study of child "well being" would raise alarms about the need for children or adults to be more "careful about risky sexual behaviors," it is self evident that the study methodology and oversight were badly flawed, at best.