Trenton Kids Count 2019 shows mixed progress in child well-being

 

In the face of pervasive poverty, fewer Trenton infants and toddlers have elevated blood lead levels, more children are enrolled in preschool and the city’s high school graduation rate has improved significantly, according to Trenton Kids Count 2019: A City Profile of Child Well-Being, released today.

However, substantial disparities in education and health outcomes persist, threatening a child’s ability to thrive and succeed. Read more


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