R.I. ranks No. 19 in U.S. for child well-being

RHODE ISLAND ranked No. 19 in the United States for child well-being in the 2018 KIDS COUNT data book. / CPURTESY KIDS COUNT
RHODE ISLAND ranked No. 19 in the United States for child well-being in the 2018 KIDS COUNT data book. / COURTESY KIDS COUNT
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island ranked No. 19 in the nation for child well-being in the 2018 KIDS COUNT Data Book report released Wednesday. Rhode Island ranked last in New England on the report, while New Hampshire ranked first in the nation followed by Massachusetts at No. 2. The state ranked highest for its health ranking…

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