The Annie E. Casey Foundation is out with its national 2020 Kids Count Data Book, which ranks the states on how well they provide for the well being of children. Michigan League for Public Policy Kids Count Project Director Kelsey Perdue tells WSJM News where Michigan placed.
Perdue says Kids Count rates the well-being of children in the categories of economics, education, healthcare, and family and community. Michigan ranked 22nd in the area of health, but 40th in education.
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