Data points for Friday: racial disparities in Connecticut

When we talk about child poverty and opportunity in Connecticut, we can not just focus onp.sowing.gif the top line indicators. We live in a wealthy, prosperous state, after all, so many of them will look pretty good compared to other states. Looking at the numbers a bit more closely, however, things look different, and we see that the tale of "two Connecticuts" is still there, hiding behind the averages.

CAHS has published some very interesting research in the past on this subject:

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