Growing Up Poor: Childhood Poverty In Colorado

CPR News is exploring why the state has such a high child poverty rate, what the impact is on our collective society, and what can be done about it.

The Eagle River Village trailer park in Edwards, Colo. holds about 300 trailers that house many low-wage workers. In the background are duplexes that sell for more than $800,000. 

From Colorado's Grandest Scenery To The Suburbs, Child Poverty Persists

From the Vail Valley to southern Colorado to suburban Denver, poverty manifests itself differently in each location.

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