Five Questions With: Stephanie Geller

"Central Falls has increased its graduation rate and we hope that the community will also soon see the needle moving on other key child well-being indicators." / COURTESY KIDS COUNT
In the two years since Central Falls dominated much of the state’s news media with bad news about corruption, bankruptcy and failing schools, there has been some changes for the better. Recently, Rhode Island Kids Count’s Stephanie Geller, a policy analyst, gave a “In Your Backyard” data presentation at Central Falls High School to community…
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