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July 22, 2015
Photo: Governor Mark Dayton and CDF-MN Research and Policy Director, Stephanie Hogenson, at July 21, 2015 press conference at the Division of Indian Work, Minneapolis.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation released its annual KIDS COUNT Data Book, showing Minnesota as the #1 state nationwide for child well-being, but with stark disparities persisting for American Indian children and children of color. View coverage of how CDF-MN, Minnesota's KIDS COUNT grantee, and Governor Mark Dayton, responded to the news at a press conference held Tuesday, July 21, at the CDF Freedom Schools® site operated in partnership with the Minneapolis Public Schools Office of Indian Education and the Division of Indian Work.
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