A new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation says poverty is continuing to impact the state’s children.
A national report released Wednesday by the Annie E. Casey Foundation ranks Colorado 22nd among states in overall child well-being.
Child well-being varies widely from county to county in Colorado, according to a new report from a statewide children’s advocacy group. And the study suggests a child’s future opportunities depend a lot on where he or she lives.
Colorado has the second-largest proficiency gap between 4th graders who are English language learners and those who are fluent in English.