Alabama: 46th in Nation for Child Well-being

Mike Cason from AL.com reports, “Alabama’s national ranking on well-being of children fell to 46th in the latest annual report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

It was the second straight year for Alabama to drop in the Kids Count Data Book, which lists 16 indicators of child well-being in four areas: economic, educational, health and family and community.Alabama had ranked 44th in 2014 and 45th in 2015.”

Read more about this here and find more information in the 2016 Kids Count Data Book.

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