National Center for Youth Law

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STRATEGIES

 

Los Angeles Collaborative

FosterEd leads highly collaborative projects between Los Angeles County school districts, the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE), and

Santa Cruz County Demonstration Site

As FosterEd’s first demonstration site in California, the pilot project in Santa Cruz County, involved a remarkable level of support

Invisible Achievement Gap

In California NCYL supported the production of Invisible Achievement Gap reports that have merged state-level education and child welfare data

Building State and Local Collaboratives

In summer 2014, FosterEd committed to working in New Mexico and formed a state leadership team comprised of senior staff

School Navigators for System Involved Students - HB 411

Students in foster care and those involved in the juvenile justice system need ongoing, on-the-ground support to ensure they have

Educational Access for System Involved Students - SB 213/HB 301

The proposed legislation provides support to students who face barriers to their educational success through no fault of their own.

Lea County Demonstration Site

This project will improve the educational outcomes of children in New Mexico’s care. Guided by an inter-agency state leadership team,

Foster Youth Education Success Program - HB 2665

HB 2665 establishes the Foster Youth Education Success Fund and authorizes a $1,000,000 appropriation in FY 2018 from the General

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