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From the very first report in 1990 to today, South Carolina still ranks near the bottom in the United States in child well-being, according to the latest released information in the annual Kids Count Data Book.
The Kids Count Data Book uses an index of 16 indicators to rank the nation’s 50 states on overall child well-being in four domains: economic well-being, education, health and family and community.
The Palmetto State’s children are showing progress in some areas.
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