Highlights state trends in the number of children living in high-poverty areas, effects of concentrated poverty on health and development, and promising practices to improve conditions for children and help families access services.
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Title: KIDS COUNT Data Snapshot on Children Living in High-Poverty Communities
Publication date 2012-02-23
Publication Year 2012
Annie E. Casey Foundation
North America / United States
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