If you are raising a black child, think twice before moving to Wisconsin.
A recent study has found that no state is worse for black children than the Badger State.
According to the study “Race for Results: Building a Path to Opportunity for All Children,” from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Wisconsin has the country’s worst disparities between children of color and their white peers. The study considered 12 factors, including educational access, socioeconomic status and home life, and then ranked the states by how well children did in those areas.
Black children in Wisconsin ranked 50th overall in those categories. By comparison, white children in the state scored 10th. Asian and Latino children ranked 37th and 17th, respectively.
Source: The Root | DIAMOND SHARP