At 19%, Minnesota’s rate of child mobility is similar to the national rate of 21%. Rising mobility rates, particularly for low-income children, are cause for concern, as the lack of a stable residence has been found to hinder children’s academic, socio-emotional, and behavioral development.
Minnesota Early Childhood Risk and Reach was developed by the University of Minnesota (Harris Training Programs in the Center for Early Education and Development) and Wilder Research in partnership with the Minnesota Departments of Education, Health, and Human Services.
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