States among best for kids
North Dakota and Minnesota rank among the top 10 states on measures affecting the well-being of children, shows an annual survey released today.
The 2008 Kids Count Data Book issued by the Baltimore-based Annie E. Casey Foundation listed North Dakota seventh, while Minnesota fell from the top of the list to No. 2.
The survey features 10 measures of child well-being such as education, health and economic conditions of families.
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