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Alabama remains in bottom 5 nationally for child wellbeing

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The Anne E, Casey Foundation released its annual Kids Count databook Monday and Alabama remains in the bottom five states for child wellbeing. Alabama moved up from 47th to 46th, ahead of Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico and Nevada. The ranking is based on 16 key indicators that span from education to healthcare.
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Alabama remains in bottom 5 nationally for child wellbeing

The Anne E, Casey Foundation released its annual Kids Count databook Monday and Alabama remains in the bottom five states for child wellbeing.In the state rankings, Alabama moved up from 47th to 46th, ahead of Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico and Nevada. The ranking is based on 16 key indicators that span from education to healthcare.“It is disappointing to see the well-being of Alabama’s children continue to lag behind other states despite th…

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