The poverty trap?

Children living in persistent poverty are at higher risk of poor educational, health, housing and crime outcomes than temporarily poor children. NFER’s Kerry Martin and Julie Nelson identify factors and interventions that help persistently poor children achieve a positive outcome in adulthood.

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