Annie E. Casey Foundation Report Details How Opportunities For Minority Ohio Kids Are Limited Compared With Whites By Jim Letizia • Oct 25, 2017 atlantablackstar.com Ohio children of immigrants and of color are far behind white kids in terms of well-being and opportunity, according to a new report by the non-partisan Annie E. Casey Foundation. Ohio Improves In Child Well-Being Rankings By Jim Letizia • Jun 14, 2017 aecf.org The Annie E. Casey Foundation's 2017 Kids Count Data Book ranks Ohio 24th for child well-being, up from 26th last year. New Report Ranks Ohio 26th For Child Well-Being By Jim Letizia • Jun 22, 2016 aecf.org For the first time since 2012, an annual report ranks Ohio in the bottom half of states in child well-being. Report: 271 Thousand Ohio Children Have An Incarcerated Parent By Jim Letizia • Apr 27, 2016 ellabakercenter.org A new report by the non-profit Annie E. Casey foundation shows 271-thousand Ohio children have at least one incarcerated parent, the fourth-highest number in the nation. More Ohio Children In Poverty Than During Great Recession By Jim Letizia • Jul 22, 2015 aecf.org A new report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation shows nearly one in four Ohio children now live in poverty, up from 18 percent seven years ago. New Study Shows Too Many Ohio Kids Lack Families By Ohio Public Radio & Jo Ingles • May 20, 2015 A new report shows too many Ohio children lack families of their own. Study: Poverty Impacts Child Literacy By Jim Letizia • Jan 30, 2014 morguefile.com New research by the non-profit Annie E. Casey Foundation shows poverty plays a major role in whether Ohio fourth-graders can read. Fewer Young People Being Jailed By Jim Letizia • Feb 28, 2013 A report released this week by the non-profit Annie E. Casey Foundation shows fewer young people in Ohio and the rest of the nation are being incarcerated.