Handbook on Access for Children in State Supervised Care

The State Departments of Human Resources and Education have designed the Access to Education for Children in State-Supervised Care handbook for professionals working in Maryland child welfare and educational systems. The handbook will help child welfare workers and school staff to minimize common barriers to success in school for foster children.

Click here to read the handbook.

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