The way Indiana is educating kids is improving compared to other states, according to the 25th annual State of the Child report.

The Indiana Youth Institute looks at the issues impacting the state’s youth.

The state ranks 14th for education, but it’s in the middle of the pack on other issues.

Indiana is 28th in the country for overall child well-being.

Let’s start with the good news: both education and housing costs have improved statewide.

Tami Silverman, the CEO of the Indiana Youth Institute, is encouraged by these trends.

“A couple of exciting news is that on education, we’ve really

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