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Disproportionality in Child Welfare: Fruit of a Poisonous Tree
There are few things more ominous than contact with the child welfare system, especially for Black parents struggling to stay on their feet.
Measuring the Impact of CASA/GAL Model
The court-appointed special advocate/guardian ad litem model provides vulnerable children with an advocate and judges with more information, writes Tara Perry.
California Governor’s Budget Breaks His Promise to Older Foster Youth
Going back on the increase in support for older foster youth in California is a mistake, writes Carolyn Travis
One Small Act Toward Ending Orphanage Trafficking
Nicholas Evans writes about the practice of orphanage trafficking and what role U.S. donors can do to help combat it.
What We Know About LGBTQ+ Children & Youth in Foster Care
Professor Gerald Mallon writes about the history of discrimination and barriers faced by LGBTQ youth in foster care
In 2024, Let’s Resolve to Respect Caseworkers
Instead of demonizing child welfare caseworkers, we should support them in ways that encourage optimism and good faith, writes Paul DiLorenzo.
The Danger of Disconnection
Our current child welfare system has a primary design flaw: failing to account for the importance of human connections.