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The Casey Foundation released

Percentage of Kids in Concentrated Poverty Worsens in 10 States and Puerto Rico

The Annie E. Casey Foundation today released “Children Living in High-Poverty, Low-Opportunity Neighborhoods,” a KIDS COUNT data snapshot that examines where concentrated poverty has worsened across the country despite a long period of national economic expansion.
 

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The KIDS COUNT Network in Action

20th Annual Factbook Released in Rhode Island

The 2014 Rhode Island Kids Count Factbook charts improvements and declines in the well-being of children and youth across the state and in each of Rhode Island’s 39 cities and towns, from birth through adolescence.

importance of oral health in kentucky

A new infographic looks at barriers that Kentuckians face when it comes to having optimal oral health, including cost, lack of preventive care and lack of access.

kids count in colorado! now available

More Colorado children were living in poverty in 2012 than during the worst of the Great Recession. State children are far from seeing the benefits of the economic recovery, according to data in KIDS COUNT in Colorado!