R.I. KIDS COUNT calls for better data collection to identify ethnic disparities

PROVIDENCE – In its latest policy brief, titled “Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Children’s Economic Well-Being in Rhode Island,” Rhode Island KIDS COUNT is calling for improved data collection to evaluate communities of color that are struggling. KIDS COUNT says that research data for Native Americans in both Rhode Island and the U.S. is limited…

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