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CDF-Ohio began our investigation into Appalachian Ohio with our 2001 report—Ohio’s Appalachian Children—which provided a first-ever comprehensive look into the well-being of the region’s children. The region continues to suffer many of the same challenges today—poverty, health disparities, and pervasive food insecurity to name a few—that existed in 2001. While there are signs of hope, the passage of time has made many of the problems more acute.
It is a critical time for Appalachian Ohio. CDF-Ohio has a long commitment to this region. We present this report—Ohio’s Appalachian Children at a Crossroads: A Roadmap for Action—to bring awareness to the region’s current challenges and, more importantly, to promising practices and recommendations for action.
Zero Tolerance Policies in Schools
September 14, 2016, WOSU, All Sides with Ann Fisher
Possible Juvenile and Adult Prison Merger
August 30, 2016, WOSU, All Sides with Ann Fisher
Little Progress in Well-Being of Rural Ohio Appalachian Children, Report Says
June 29, 2016, Education Week