2 edition of Educational trends of the rural and urban population of Georgia found in the catalog.
Published 1972 by Administrator in University of Georgia, College of Agriculture Experiment Stations
Bibliography: p. 27-28.Cover title.
|Statement||University of Georgia, College of Agriculture Experiment Stations|
|Publishers||University of Georgia, College of Agriculture Experiment Stations|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
|3||Research report (University of Georgia. College of Agriculture. Experiment Stations) ;|
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2006, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: Rockville, MD• Turning to housing market vitality, home value appreciation in the large suburban counties has lagged behind the urban core counties home values in this analysis are based on owner self-reports. Twenty-one percent of growing rural places nationwide owe their numbers entirely to the addition of immigrants to their communities.
Rural counties, such as in Appalachia and the Mississippi Delta, where individuals have the lowest levels of educational attainment struggle with higher overall poverty, child poverty, unemployment, and population loss than other rural counties. urges Congress to exclude federally reserved water rights from any future designation of federal lands in the state.
Some of these efforts have existed for some time, such as the and. This led to a rural population loss of 4. Finally, reflecting sample size, some standard errors are large. The increasing propensity to live in the suburbs of the largest metro areas is not uniform across age groups, with important consequences for the age profile of the suburbs relative to the inner core counties.
These findings add to the evidence base that should be considered when designing mental illness control programs.
During the early 20th century, large numbers of African Americans moved from the rural South to northern cities to escape white supremacist violence and seek employment opportunities and better standards of living for their children.
states the Legislature supports scientific management to implement the multiple-use concept of public land use as mandated by the Multiple-Use Sustained-Yield Act of 1960, to ensure the protection and improvement of forest health, and to maintain and improve the sustainability of federal forests in Idaho.
Integration of these services is an effective strategy for maximizing the use of scarce rural healthcare resources and improving the quality of care for both behavioral health and primary care patients.