• November 2013
  • Vol. 14, No. 8

News From the Children's Bureau

The Children's Bureau welcomes a new Associate Commissioner and publishes an e-book celebrating its 100-year history; a new report examines demographic changes in foster care over the past decade; and we provide an update on the new CB Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) project. Due to the Federal Government shutdown, our October issue did not launch. Look for a special January 2014 issue with the Spotlight theme of Family Engagement.

  • Children's Bureau Welcomes New Associate Commissioner
    President Obama has appointed JooYeun Chang to head the Children's Bureau as the new Associate Commissioner. Ms. Chang started at the Bureau on September 23. Joe Bock, who had served as Deputy...
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  • Centennial E-Book Launches
    The Children's Bureau is pleased to announce the release of a new e-book with a comprehensive history of the Children's Bureau's first 100 years. The Children's Bureau Legacy: Ensuring the Right...
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  • CBX to Feature Special January 2014 Issue
    Children's Bureau Express is glad to be back! Due to the Federal Government shutdown, the October issue of CBX did not launch. In lieu of a combined December 2013/January 2014 issue, we will...
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  • Demographic Trends in Foster Care 2002–2012
    Using statistics from the Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS), an issue brief from the Administration on Children, Youth and Families' Office of Data, Analysis,...
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  • Child Welfare CQI Training Academy Launches in 2014
    As mentioned in the September 2013 issue of Children's Bureau Express, the Children's Bureau awarded a cooperative agreement for the Building Child Welfare Capacity for Continuous Quality...
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  • ACYF Guidance to States on Human Trafficking
    The Administration for Children, Youth and Families (ACYF), Department of Health and Human Services, released guidance to States and services addressing human trafficking of children and youth....
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  • New! From CB
    The Children's Bureau website carries information on child welfare programs, funding, monitoring, training and technical assistance, laws, statistics, research, Federal reporting, and much more....
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