Ready to Succeed: Changing Systems to Give California’s Foster Children the Opportunities They Deserve to be Ready for and Succeed in School (Full Report)
Mired in their own particular achievement gap, foster youth grow up to experience few economic opportunities and often experience adverse outcomes.
This report, produced by The California Education Collaborative for Children in Foster Care, calls for a sharper focus on the education outcomes for children in foster care and offers recommendations in three areas—school readiness, school success, and data sharing — for strengthening the policies and systems that support them.
Download a summary of this report.
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