The Annie E. Casey Foundation has released their most recent KIDS COUNT Survey and it shows that Tennessee has placed 77% of youngsters that were in the states foster system into foster homes.
On Monday morning, June 1, the inaugural group of preschool kids of Murfreesboro police officers and Murfreesboro firefighters will begin receiving free swim lessons courtesy of Howard's Hope.
Participate in the upcoming Ride for Kids motorcycle ride in Rutherford County to possibly save the life of a child in our very own community.
The number of teens who abuse alcohol dropped by a full 2%. That number now stands at 6%.
For all children, Tennessee’s score ranked 32nd. The state scored better than the national average on two measures: on time high school graduation and the number of children living in homes with a householder who has at least a high school degree.
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