Court’s program aims to help foster kids succeed in school

On top of whatever problems made them wards of the state, kids placed in foster care are twice as likely to drop out of school or be held back a grade as their peers. Seventy-five percent underperform scholastically. But Pima County Juvenile Court is ready to implement a program designed to improve the educational outcomes of children in the foster care system in Southern Arizona.

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