The Price of Poverty: The falling child poverty rate
However, when we compare the U.S. to other developed nations, child poverty rates in America remain higher than the rest. And even before the pandemic, more than four in ten children lived in households that struggled to provide the basics.
Why is America such an outlier? And what lessons are we learning from the drops in child poverty?
We continue our series on the Price of Poverty with a look at one of our most vulnerable groups – children.
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