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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Three Southwestern states are ranked near the bottom when it comes to child well-being, with New Mexico leading the way among its neighbors.
This week, the Annie E. Casey Foundation released its annual Kids Count, a nation-wide, state-by-state ranking of the overall well-being of children.
Nevada no longer has the worst primary and secondary education system in the country, according to the latest edition of the Kids Count report.
Instead? The state is second-worst.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada again ranked poorly in a national child welfare report, coming in dead last when it comes to education.
According to the latest Kids Count Data Book issued by the child advocacy group the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Nevada ranked 47th overall among the 50 states.