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First Things First study reveals child poverty and need for early intervention resources

Arizona's First Things First study, “Building Bright Futures,” reports that 64 percent of Arizona children do not attend preschool; 34 percent of young children do not get essential vaccinations and only 26 percent of parents have been asked to complete a developmental screening for their children. (First Things First)

Arizona's First Things First study, “Building Bright Futures,” reports that 64 percent of Arizona children do not attend preschool; 34 percent of young children do not get essential vaccinations and only 26 percent of parents have been asked to complete a developmental screening for their children. (First Things First)