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Buffalo Students Voice Concerns Over Suspensions in a Restorative Justice Circle
Buffalo, New York students spoke candidly on suspensions and how school norms make them feel in a recent restorative justice circle.
Former Foster Youth in California Colleges Will Receive Support After Age 26
There's now no age cap on California's NextUp program, which helps former foster youth get through college, if they started school by age 26.
New York City Pledges New Investment in Foster Youth College Expenses
Parents of New York School Children Want More Support for their Kids and Families
A survey of parents with kids in Monroe Country, New York revealed concerns that schools aren't providing adequate social, emotional or academic support.
New Study Spotlights Need for More Pre-college Programs for Foster Youth
Federal education officials are investing millions of dollars into studying programs that help foster youth making the transition from high school to college.
California Creates College Savings Accounts for Newborns, Low-income Students
Earlier this month, California launched a program to kickstart college savings accounts for millions of children.
Under a New Law, These Minnesota Foster Youth are College-Bound, Tuition-Free
A look at some of the Minnesota students headed to higher education thanks to a new law providing grants to cover their college costs.
Researchers Call Out Lackluster Education in Juvenile Justice System
All children are entitled to an education in the U.S., but a recent study shows how that promise often falls short when kids are locked up.