The Five Connecticuts: A New Report

A new report from the CT Association for Human Services, entitled “Race Equity in the Five Connecticuts: A Kids Count Special Report,” by Emmanuel Adero and Sheryl Horowitz, shows the levels of inequality in the various types of CT municipality:  the wealthy, the rural, the suburban, the urban periphery, and the urban core.

Although CT continues to do well overall in the annual Annie E. Casey Foundation’s National Kids Count Data Book, and minorities here do better than those in most other states, this report shows the various kinds of inequality that persist, and how the level of inequality depends on the type of area in which children grow up.

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