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2/23/2011 Research shows that concentrated poverty isn't just about family income: Regardless of their income, families living in areas of concentrated poverty are more likely to struggle to meet their children's basic needs. Children in high-poverty areas see lower success in school and in life. Check out the new KIDS COUNT data report showing the impact of high-poverty areas on children. How does concentrated poverty affect your community?
* Indicates quotes from CDF-Minnesota's Research Director, Kara Arzamendia
Children's Defense Fund-MN is the KIDS COUNT grantee for Minnesota