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Data from Casey

Data and lessons learned from the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Data about kids and families help communities, systems, policymakers, and funders make better decisions for all. www.aecf.org.
Apr 2 '14
Children who live in families at or above 200% of poverty in the 10 largest American Indian Tribes. 
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Children who live in families at or above 200% of poverty in the 10 largest American Indian Tribes. 

To see the full Race for Results report, visit http://bit.ly/1fXcHER 

Apr 1 '14
Children who live in two-parent families. 
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Children who live in two-parent families. 

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Apr 1 '14
Outcomes for Latino children.
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Outcomes for Latino children.

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Apr 1 '14
Outcomes for white children. 

Outcomes for white children. 

Apr 1 '14
Young adults ages 25-29 who have completed an associates degree or higher. 
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Young adults ages 25-29 who have completed an associates degree or higher. 

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Apr 1 '14
Outcomes for African American children. 
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Outcomes for African American children. 

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Apr 1 '14
A state-to-state comparison of African-American children. 
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A state-to-state comparison of African-American children. 

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Apr 1 '14
Children who live with a householder who has at least a high school diploma. 
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Children who live with a householder who has at least a high school diploma. 

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Apr 1 '14
Eighth-graders who scored at or above proficient in math.
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Eighth-graders who scored at or above proficient in math.

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Apr 1 '14
Fourth graders who scored at proficient or above in reading. 
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Fourth graders who scored at proficient or above in reading. 

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