Invisible Achievement Gap: Education Outcomes of Students in Foster Care in California’s Public Schools

This report, The Invisible Achievement Gap, Part 1: Education Outcomes of Students in Foster Care in California’s Public Schools, sponsored by the Stuart Foundation, underscores and refines the message from a growing body of research literature that students in foster care constitute a distinct subgroup of academically at-risk students—a message that has not yet been clearly or fully translated from research to policy to practice.

Author(s): WestEd, FosterEd California
Publication Date: 2013
Topic(s): California, Data and Evaluation, Foster Youth
Resource Type: Research / Report
Recommended Audience(s): Agency Leaders and Professionals
Click to Download: Invisible Achievement Gap: Education Outcomes of Students in Foster Care in California’s Public Schools

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