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Massachusetts KIDS COUNT Annual Fact Sheets, 2000- 2010
Massachusetts KIDS COUNT publishes data on individual cities and towns and for the state as a whole. The KIDS COUNT indicators of child well-being include low-birth weight, infant mortality, child death rates, teen death rates, teen birth rates, high school dropout rates, percent of children living in families where no parents has full time, year-round employment, percent of children in poverty, and percent of children in single-parent families.
More Massachusetts Children Living In Poverty According to Just Released Census Data
September 28, 2010
Massachusetts KIDS COUNT Fact Sheet
"Mass. buoyed in recession, data indicate poverty stable, but facts may mask trouble"