Kids Count Report Finds Michigan in Bottom Half of Nation for Child Well Being

Jul 22, 2014
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Michigan was 32nd overall in 2014 report, down one spot from 2013

Source: Mlive

LANSING -- Michigan is improving slightly for major factors in child well-being, but still lags far behind the majority of states, according to the 25th annual "Kids Count" report. The report, produced by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, revealed that while preschool attendance rates, teen birth rates and child poverty all improved from last year's report, the state remains mired behind its neighbors.

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