By Seth Klamann
Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange 

Outlook improves for Wyoming's children

 


CASPER — Wyoming ranked 16th in the country for overall children’s well-being in a national report that found the Equality State above average generally, though the state continues to struggle with youth health.

Last year, the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Kids Count report ranked Wyoming 21st; in 2018, Wyoming was 18th. The rankings are based on four broad categories: economic well-being, education, health, and family and community. The data lags somewhat and is typically a year or two old.

On economic well-being, Wyoming ranked 10th overall. The report found that 14 percent of the s...



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