30 Percent of Richland Children in Poverty

Mansfield News Journal

September 8, 2014


Children in Richland County were more likely to live in poverty, report maltreatment and become teen mothers than the rest of the state, according to the 2014 Kids Count report released Monday. On the positive side, children were less likely to fail a fourth-grade math test or commit a felony than state averages, according to the report, which reviewed a variety of recent data on children’s health, economic stability, safety and education.
Click here to view full article.