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  • January/February 2017
  • Vol. 17, No. 10

Child Welfare Research

Read an article by the Harvard University Center on the Developing Child that looks at how emerging insights from child development science can be used to improve outcomes for children and families in the child welfare system as well as reports covering the child health-care rates in the United States and tips on how to help youth in foster care reach college.

  • Child Development Science and Improving Child Welfare Outcomes
    A new paper by the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University looks at how emerging insights from child development science can be used to improve outcomes for children and families in...
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  • Health-Care Coverage of U.S. Children at Historic Rate
    The number of children with health insurance coverage in the United States reached a historic rate of 95.2 percent in 2015, according to the Georgetown University Health Policy Institute's Center...
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  • Helping Youth in Foster Care Attain Postsecondary Goals
    New recommendations from the Educational Commission of the States (ECS) outline how State policymakers can more intentionally help youth currently or formerly in foster care attain postsecondary...
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