• December 2014/January 2015
  • Vol. 15, No. 11

Child Welfare Research

CBX points to research showing that nearly all States with title IV-E demonstrations have started or expanded the use of evidence-based practices, but there is a lack of cost-benefit analyses of those interventions. We also highlight a national survey of States' child welfare expenditures, a summary of the Programs That Work section of the Promising Practice Network website, and more.

  • Report Examines 2012 State Child Welfare Expenditures
    Child Trends published a report documenting State child welfare expenditures in State fiscal year (SFY) 2012. Findings were derived from a survey that tracks and monitors State child welfare...
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  • Promising Practices Network's Programs That Work
    The RAND Corporation recently published a report summarizing the Programs That Work section (as of June 2014) of the Promising Practices Network (PPN) on Children, Families, and Communities...
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  • Federal and State Laws That Support Grandfamilies
    Federal and State laws and policies that support the many grandparents and other family members who serve as caregivers for children whose parents are unable to care for them are examined in an...
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