A report on child homelessness out this week ranked Nevada 44th among the states. The National Center on Family Homelessness at the American Institutes for Research used data from last year to place states in 4 categories. Nevada ranked 47th in state policy and planning. 43rd in risk for child homelessness, 36th in the extent of child homelessness, and 30th in child well-being. The report is called “America’s Youngest Outcasts.”
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