Guess which is the only country that ranks worse than the U.S. for childhood poverty?
Romania. We’re No. 2.
If you have time to read the report, it’s pretty sobering. To measure child deprivation, for example, UNICEF looked at a 14-point Child Deprivation Index that included how many properly-fitting shoes a child has, as well as an Internet connection and a quiet place to do homework, among other things.
And thanks, Leftover, for the link.