Do Waivers Work? Compared to What?
This analysis is part of The Imprint’s series entitled: “Dollars and Priorities: The Financing of Child Welfare.” In the middle of the last decade, the State of Florida and two counties in California got a head start on the pack in developing and implementing the modern era of child welfare waivers.
In Alameda, Hypotheticals Draw Out Realities of Serving Trafficked Kids
Last week, the WestCoast Children’s Clinic (WCC) hosted an event on child sex trafficking that harkened back to a 1970s approach to policy analysis. At “We Can Do Better: Improving our Response to Child Sex Trafficking in Alameda County,” panelists were given a hypothetical case and were then asked how their organizations, courts or government agencies would respond.