LaNita Harris explains two of the posters used by the Oklahoma City County Health Department, left, in their Teen Pregnancy Prevention program, in her office in Oklahoma City. The 25th annual Kids Count report from the Baltimore-based Annie E. Casey Foundation ranked Oklahoma 39th in 16 indicators across four areas: economic well-being, education, health and family and community.
LaNita Harris explains two of the posters used by the Oklahoma City County Health Department, left, in their Teen Pregnancy Prevention program, in her office in Oklahoma City. The 25th annual Kids Count report from the Baltimore-based Annie E. Casey Foundation ranked Oklahoma 39th in 16 indicators across four areas: economic well-being, education, health and family and community. Sue Ogrocki The Associated Press
LaNita Harris explains two of the posters used by the Oklahoma City County Health Department, left, in their Teen Pregnancy Prevention program, in her office in Oklahoma City. The 25th annual Kids Count report from the Baltimore-based Annie E. Casey Foundation ranked Oklahoma 39th in 16 indicators across four areas: economic well-being, education, health and family and community. Sue Ogrocki The Associated Press

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