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Homeless Children An Increasing Worry For Indiana School Districts

The downturn at the top of the graph indicates the the first time since 2002 that Indiana has seen a downturn in social service giving

For more than a decade, the number of children living at or below the poverty line has steadily increased by about 1 percent a year. Census data show nearly one in five children in Indiana are living in households with income levels at 50 percent of the federal poverty level.

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