Report: Tenn. ranks 36th for child well-being
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NASHVILLE — The Volunteer State ranks the same as last year for child well-being, coming in at 36th, according to a report released Tuesday. The Annie E. Casey Foundation 2015 Kids Count Data Book ranks child well-being across four domains, according to a release from the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth. The report ranks Tennessee 38th in economic well-being, 36th in education, 30th in health and 37th in family and community. To see the Kids Count report yourself, find the links in the Seen on 7 Section of our website.