On Monday, the Annie E. Casey Foundation released the 2021 Kids Count Data Book, a 50-state report of recent household data analyzing how families have fared between the Great Recession and the last year before the COVID-19 crisis.
In response, the Michigan League for Public Policy also released its own version of the report, centered on Michigan and the counties within. The national Data Book analyzes national and state data on child well-being and the Michigan Data Book examines state, regional, county and some city data, the two reports being complementary.
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