The Tennessee Commission on Children & Youth (TCCY) just released their 2014 State of the Child report, a report that includes county-by-county data on the well-being of children.
“The data are organized as they relate to indicators of outcomes we all want for our children – to be safe, healthy, educated, nurtured and supported, and engaged in activities that help them succeed in school and in life,” states the report.
Where does Williamson County rank?
Williamson County has been ranked the best county in regard’s to children’s welfare. Due to the county’s high reading score and low poverty and child abuse rankings, the county is ranked #1 by the TCCY.
Here are a few factors included in the State of the Child report, comparing Williamson County’s Rate with the average rate for the state of Tennessee.
Other Middle Tennessee Counties ranked in the Top 10.
Top 10 Counties:
(Davidson ranked #87)