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New Census Data Finds Drop in Uninsured Children in Arizona

| October 3, 2016
New Census Data Finds Drop in Uninsured Children in Arizona

Some good news from the U.S. Census Bureau this week, as the agency released data on more than 40 different topics in the American Community Survey. Notable in the data is a significant drop in the percentage of children without health coverage in Arizona…

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New Census Data Finds Drop in Uninsured Children in Arizona

| September 19, 2016
New Census Data Finds Drop in Uninsured Children in Arizona

Some good news from the U.S. Census Bureau this week, as the agency released data on more than 40 different topics in the American Community Survey. Notable in the data is a significant drop in the percentage of children without health coverage in Arizona…

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New Arizona Data

| September 24, 2014
New Arizona Data

New data released last week from the Census Bureau shows that more than one in every four children in Arizona – more than 400,000 children – live in poverty. The number of poor children in the state is higher than the population of Scottsdale and Tempe combined. This is the 10th highest child poverty rate in […]

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Read First Things First’s 2014 Annual Report

| September 22, 2014
Read First Things First’s 2014 Annual Report

Through data and personal stories, First Things First’s 2014 Annual Report illustrates how Arizona’s commitment to early childhood is making a difference for infants, toddlers and preschoolers across the state, and how FTF is doing its part to get more Arizona kids ready for success in kindergarten and beyond. Read First Things First’s 2014 Annual […]

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