Naples resident Jaquie Francois prepares her sons, Maliq Arbyummi, 2, center, and Tariq Arbyummi, 3, for school on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2011, in their East Naples home. Francois, 21, was a teen mom of two boys and has juggled school and jobs to provide a better home for them. The annual Kids Count report ranks Florida 36 out of 50 states for child well-being based on 10 health indicators. Early childhood development is a key factor, the Annie E. Casey Foundation says, in helping low-income families can gain a foothold. David Albers/Staff

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Naples resident Jaquie Francois prepares her sons, Maliq Arbyummi, 2, center, and Tariq Arbyummi, 3, for school on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2011, in their East Naples home. Francois, 21, was a teen mom of two boys and has juggled school and jobs to provide a better home for them. The annual Kids Count report ranks Florida 36 out of 50 states for child well-being based on 10 health indicators. Early childhood development is a key factor, the Annie E. Casey Foundation says, in helping low-income families can gain a foothold. David Albers/Staff

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