PROVIDENCE – Racial disparities for Rhode Island children living in poverty run deeper than national averages, according to a report released Tuesday by Rhode Island KIDS COUNT. The study, based on data collected by the from the U.S. Census Bureau, analyzes where concentrated poverty has increased nationwide despite widespread economic growth. The study, using the…
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