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Every year, the Annie E. Casey Foundation releases the Kids Count Data Book, a comprehensive, 50-state look at child welfare. Arkansas made...


Poverty guidelines are out of date
Poverty guidelines play two important roles, they are a scorecard for how we are doing as a state, and they help determine...


Investments in health and education paying off for Arkansas kids
Arkansas made gains in health coverage and education over the last year, but the child poverty rate went up to 29 percent....


New report confirms AACF findings on school discipline
The *Office of Education Policy* (OEP) at the University of Arkansas shared a new report on school discipline with the State Board...


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Arkansas Advocates for Children & Families
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