New U.S. Census Bureau data released in August highlight increasing similarities of poverty rates between children in urban and rural communities. This common indicator of child well-being is closely linked to undesirable outcomes in areas such as health, education, emotional welfare, and delinquency.
National Fact Sheet No. 12
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Savage, Sarah, "Children in central cities and rural communities experience high rates of poverty" (2008). The Carsey School of Public Policy at the Scholars' Repository. 44.
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