Data shows improvements, declines in well-being of RI kids

April 13, 2015 9:02 PM

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The lives of Rhode Island's children are improving in some areas despite declines in others, particularly among racial and ethnic groups, according to an annual fact book released Monday by a children's advocacy agency.

Rhode Island KIDS COUNT presented the most recent data on the well-being of the state's nearly 74,000 children at its annual breakfast, which was attended by state officials and community stakeholders. The fact book is a compilation of data on 71 different aspects of children's lives, grouped into f...

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