California’s Partial Credit Model Policy: Improving the Educational Outcomes of Foster Youth (An Implementation Manual for School Districts and Child Welfare Agencies)

The real promise of these groundbreaking reforms has not yet been realized. Today, California’s foster youth fare no better than their peers living in states that lack such protections. They have also worse educational outcomes than any other student population in California.

Author(s): Alliance for Children’s Rights, Judicial Council of California, County Welfare Directors Association of California, SENECA, California School Boards Association, California Department of Social Services, Child Welfare Council
Publication Date: 2013
Topic(s): California, Foster Youth
Resource Type: Manual
Recommended Audience(s): Agency Leaders and Professionals
Click to Download: California’s Partial Credit Model Policy: Improving the Educational Outcomes of Foster Youth (An Implementation Manual for School Districts and Child Welfare Agencies)

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