The National Center for Children in Poverty

The National Center for Children in Poverty, which is part of the Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management, provides access to data at both the national and state level about low income and poor children.  There are a wealth of tools, reports, and data sets.  Some examples are:

The post The National Center for Children in Poverty was first posted on the Indiana Juvenile Justice Blog.

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