Moving in the wrong direction: County's percentage of children in high-poverty neighborhoods highest in state
Local advocates for children were unsurprised by a recent study that named Beltrami County as having the highest number of children living in high-poverty neighborhoods in Minnesota.
"It's not a new trend, but it's more severe," said Becky Schueller, the executive director of Evergreen Youth & Family Services.
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