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America's Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being


Authors: Wallman, Katherine K.    

Report Acceptance Date: January 1998 (108 pages)

Posted Date: January 01, 1998

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How many eighth graders use illicit drugs? How many families with children report a severe cost burden or other housing problem? What proportion of black high school graduates will have college degrees by the time they reach age 30?

Find the answers to these and many other questions in a new report: America's Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being. This new data book provides the latest information on the children who live in America's communities. With colorful graphics and clear explanations, it shows where our children stand in relation to family structure, economic security, health, education, and involvement with substance abuse and the criminal justice system.

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