News Round-Up: Minnesota #1 in Child Well-Being


June 22, 2016

Minnesota

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 the report, including how CDF-MN, Minnesota's KIDS COUNT grantee, responded to the news.

CDF-MN press release, KIDS COUNT data book, and Minnesota fact sheet

WCCO Minnesota Named No. 1 Best Place to be a Kid

MPR MN No.1 Again in Child Well-Being, but Gaps Still Troubling

Star Tribune Minnesota Ranks No. 1 in the Well-Being of its Children

Mankato Free Press Report Highlights Good and Bad in Child Well-Being

Bring Me the News Minnesota is the Best State for Kids — but it's Not Equal Between Races

Albert Lea Tribune Minnesota No. 1 Again in Child Well-Being, but Gaps Still Troubling

KFGO Fargo/Moorhead Kids Count Survey: Minnesota Again No. 1 for Child Well-Being

KARE 11 MN Tops List of Best Place to be a Kid

Valley News Live Minnesota Named No. 1 Best Place to be a Kid