Inside New Mexico’s struggle to protect kids from abuse

Investigation uncovers how child welfare agencies in the United States, including in New Mexico, are relying on algorithm-driven risk assessment tools that are failing children at risk from abuse.


The investigation was done by one of our Tiny fellows, Caitlin Thompson. Read more about The Tiny Foundation Fellowships for Investigative Journalism and our fellows here. The fellowship is run by the Citizens in partnership with Canadian non-profit organisation the Global Reporting Centre.

The story was published by Coda Story.