New Mexico child disparities on food, violence ranked high

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New Mexico child disparities on food, violence ranked high

Shileyi Platero, 10, along with her stepfather Leland Barger, fills water tanks just outside Gallup, N.M., on May 4 before taking back home in the town of Thoreau, N.M. New Mexico has the highest child food insecurity and the lowest percentage of students graduating on time nationally, according to a new report from a global children’s advocacy group.

New Mexico child disparities on food, violence ranked high

Shileyi Platero, 10, along with her stepfather Leland Barger, fills water tanks just outside Gallup, N.M., on May 4 before taking back home in the town of Thoreau, N.M. New Mexico has the highest child food insecurity and the lowest percentage of students graduating on time nationally, according to a new report from a global children’s advocacy group.
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