Lerner Center Fellow Xiaoyan Zhang featured on WAER for data slice on child poverty rates among single mother families

Xiaoyan Zhang, Lerner Center Fellow and PhD candidate in the department of Human Development and Family Science, was interviewed on WAER for her latest data slice on child poverty rates for single mother families. Zhang explains that while the child poverty trends among this group are declining, the poverty gap still remains a problem.

Read the full story and listen to the interview here: https://www.waer.org/post/su-lerner-center-child-poverty-rates-single-mother-families-are-falling-gap-remains.

This data slice encapsulates Zhang’s larger research interests in how adverse childhood experiences affect long term health outcomes.

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