FosterEd continues to make strides in helping children overcome educational challenges

Children and youth in foster care face a unique set of educational challenges, including frequent school transfers, a lack of communication between public schools and child welfare agencies, and a lack of stable academic support and guidance. To address these issues, the National Center for Youth Law (NCYL), a non-profit working to improve the lives of at-risk children, created the FosterEd initiative (profiled in our Case Library), which aims to improve the academic outcomes of foster children by ensuring they are supported by educational champions and strengthened by education teams.

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