Kids Count presents Warwick education data

WARWICK STUDENTS continue to make progress in reading, math and graduation, and showed fewer cases of child abuse or neglect, but also showed a high teen pregnancy rate and that fewer women are receiving early prenatal care, according to a presentation by Rhode Island Kids Count. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT
WARWICK STUDENTS continue to make progress in reading, math and graduation, and showed fewer cases of child abuse or neglect, but also showed a high teen pregnancy rate and that fewer women are receiving early prenatal care, according to a presentation by Rhode Island Kids Count. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT
WARWICK – At an event Wednesday at the Warwick Public Library, Rhode Island Kids Count Policy Analyst Stephanie Geller presented Warwick-centric data from the 2012 Rhode Island Kids Count Factbook, showing the improvements and declines in the well-being of the city’s children and youth. The “Warwick Data in Your Backyard” presentation was created in partnership…
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