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  • Oklahoma

TULSA WORLD EDITORIAL: STATE MAKES PROGRESS ON FOSTER CARE PROGRAM, BUT MORE WORK TO BE DONE (03.18.17)

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin announced that the state now has its fewest children in state custody in a “long, long time.”

March 18, 2017|Media Articles, Oklahoma|
  • New York

HOW TO REFORM THE FAILING CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM (03.17.17)

Richard Gelles, former dean and chair of the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice and the author of Out of Harm's Way: Creating an Effective Child Welfare System, explains the major problems in the child welfare system, which still leaves too many children at risk for harm, and offers solutions on how to fix the broken system.

March 17, 2017|Media Articles, New York|
  • Texas

FEDERAL JUDGE IN TEXAS FOSTER CARE SUIT SCOLDS CPS LEADERS FOR WITHHOLDING INFORMATION (03.17.17)

The federal judge in a lawsuit over Texas foster care has chided state officials for rebuffing information requests and has vowed to stick to her previously stated timetables for fashioning remedies that will overhaul the system, two plaintiffs' lawyers said Friday.

March 17, 2017|Media Articles, Texas|
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