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Rhode Island KIDS COUNT Deputy Director Stephanie Geller joined What’s Up Newp for a discussion on the organization’s new report, “Newport Data in Your Backyard”, out this week that highlights improvements and declines in the economic well-being, education, health, child welfare, and safety of Newport’s children.

Read more about the report here –Rhode Island KIDS COUNT makes data local at ‘Newport Data in Your Backyard’ event

All data and information presented at Newport Data in Your Backyard is available on Rhode Island KIDS COUNT’s website:

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