Are the kids okay? Foundation provides new data
There were 102,662 children living in poverty in Connecticut at some point between 2007 and 2012 — 13 percent of the state’s children, according to data released today by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
The parents of 48,000 children had no job at all in 2012.
There were 46,000 children whose homes entered foreclosure during the last recession.
Want to know how many children in your city live in poverty, have unemployed parents or have never attended preschool? Explore the Casey Foundation’s data center.
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