Jey Rajaraman, Parent Defense Leader in New Jersey, Joins New Child Welfare Consulting Firm
Jey Rajaraman, former chief counsel and supervising attorney of Legal Services of New Jersey's Family Representation Project, has joined a new arm of the consulting firm Public Knowledge.
Little Rock, in a Child Welfare Crisis, Becomes First Test for Family Integrity & Justice Works
Arkansas' most populous county has seen skyrocketing foster care and worker turnover in the past two years. The state is bringing in a new consulting firm started by former federal leaders to rethink things.
Former Children’s Bureau Head To Work on Child Welfare ‘Replacement’
The duo who ushered in new legal support for system-involved families during the Trump administration are spearheading a new venture to work with governments interested in a complete overhaul of the child welfare status quo.
Attorney David Kelly Leaves the Children’s Bureau
David Kelly, an attorney who helped expand the federal investment in legal support for parents and children involved in child welfare cases, left his post as special assistant to the associate commissioner of the Children’s Bureau this week.
Biden’s Key Child Welfare Appointee Aysha Schomburg Confronts Unprecedented Crisis for Foster Youth, Families
Staying The Course for Families
While Trump Separated Families, One of His Appointees Fought To Keep Them Together. Will Biden Keep Him Around?
Family First Act Services Can Be Delivered Remotely During Pandemic, Feds Say
Federal Roundtables with Foster Youth Find Them Feeling Supported, But Uncertain
Over the fall months, leadership at the Children’s Bureau held 12 roundtable discussions with current and former foster youth around the country, aiming to hear directly from the source about how the coronavirus pandemic was impacting their lives.