Every time foster kids move, they lose months of academic progress

Every time foster kids move, they lose months of academic progress

Milwaukee Times - April 26, 2018

When 12-year-old Jimmy Wayne's parents dropped him off at a motel and drove away, he became the newest member of the North Carolina Foster Care system. Over the next two years in the foster care system, he attended 12 different schools. "I don't even remember what I learned-no, let me rephrase that-I don't remember what they tried to teach me-after fifth grade," he said recently.

Information Gateway resource: Meeting Educational Needs of Children & Youth in Out-of-Home Care: https://www.childwelfare.gov/topics/systemwide/service-array/education-services/meeting-needs/

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