• May 2020
  • Vol. 21, No. 4

Child Welfare Research

We highlight a study that looks at strategies for preventing reentry into care for infants and teens involved with child welfare and recommendations for an online clearinghouse for states to share information on how they are improving educational stability for children in foster care.

  • Foster Care Reentry Study Explores How Family First Preventive Services Can Reduce Risk
    A new study from the Center for State Child Welfare Data at Chapin Hall, Reentry to Foster Care: Identifying Candidates Under the Family First Act (PDF - 204 KB), identifies two subgroups who...
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  • Online Clearinghouse to Promote Educational Stability for Students in Foster Care
    A Government Accountability Office (GAO) study recommends that the U.S. Department of Education (ED) develop an online clearinghouse that allows states to share information on how they are...
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