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White Mountain Apache Tribe Regional Partnership Council 2022 needs and assets report

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This Needs and Assets Report for the White Mountain Apache Tribe Region helps us in understanding the needs of young children, the resources available to meet those needs and gaps that may exist in those resources. An overview of this information is provided in the Executive Summary and documented in further detail in the full report. The report is organized by topic areas pertinent to young children in the region, such as population characteristics or educational indicators. Within each topic area are sections that set the context for why the data found in the topic areas are important (Why it Matters), followed by a section that includes available data on the topic (What the Data Tell Us). (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
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Country:
United States
State(s):
Arizona

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