West Virginia KIDS COUNT

Child Care Access A Barrier To Improving Child Well-Being In W.Va.

West Virginia ranked 42nd in the nation for child well-being in this year’s KIDS COUNT Data Book from the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Each year, the foundation chooses a specific hurdle to improving child well-being, and this year’s focus is the state of child care.

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West Virginia Improves 4 Spots on Child Well-Being Rankings

West Virginia has improved from 43rd to 39th among all states in a foundation's rankings for overall child well-being. The group West Virginia KIDS COUNT…

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