Report: Intergenerational Poverty in Utah, 2016

Report: Intergenerational Poverty in Utah, 2016

Key findings in the 2016 annual report include struggles in early childhood development, lack of children’s health care, childhood homelessness and juvenile justice system involvement. The report incorporates new indicators to continue developing the state’s understanding of the challenges and barriers confronting families experiencing intergenerational poverty. This year, data is included on post-secondary education, adult corrections and academic outcomes by school for children at risk of remaining in poverty.

Posted in Intergenerational Poverty
Tags: childhood homelessness, early childhood development, intergenerational poverty, Utah department of workforce services,

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