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TitleChild Poverty Higher and More Persistent in Rural America
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PublisherCarsey School of Public Policy, University of New Hampshire
DateFebruary 2016
Pages8 pp.
DescriptionThis brief looks at the incidence of high child poverty over the past three decades and at the places where such high child poverty has persisted for all of those decade. It shows that the incidence of high child poverty is growing nationwide and that rural America includes a disproportionate share of children living in poverty.
Filed inDisparities > Early childhood, Disparities > Economy and workforce, Children & Youth > Economy and workforce
TopicsChildren & Youth, Disparities, Early Childhood
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Updated10/07/2016 09:44am
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