Are There Way More Kids in Foster Care Than We Think?
On this week’s podcast we discuss more plans for rethinking child welfare, universal cell phone coverage for California foster youth, and another big experiment planned for the “colorblind” approach to foster care removal decisions.
Josh Gupta-Kagan of the University of South Carolina School of Law joins to discuss “hidden foster care,” the practice of informally moving children out of their homes without the involvement of the courts. Gupta-Kagan’s research on this practice suggests that potentially hundreds of thousands more kids enter foster care every year than we think.
EVENT: What Youth Wish Foster, Adoptive & Kinship Parents Knew
Thursday, July 22 10am PST
EVENT: What Foster, Adoptive & Kinship Parents Wish Youth Knew
Thursday, July 29 10am PST
Addressing Economic Hardship Key to Preventing Child Welfare System Involvement
Former Children’s Bureau Head To Work on Child Welfare ‘Replacement’
University of California Foster Students Organize to Demand Better Treatment on Campus
Los Angeles Leaders Vote to Try “Colorblind” Foster Care Decisions
‘New Government Benefit’ Providing Cell Phones to California Foster Youth Made Permanent
America’s Hidden Foster Care System
Hidden Foster Care: A Collection of The Imprint’s Coverage