Monday, November 30, 2009

Less Diversity in Supervisors of Foster Care

More than two decades ago, New York started down a path that was considered a hallmark of child welfare reform by creating and strengthening its minority-governed, neighborhood-based foster care agencies. By last month, when the city severed ties with Family Support Services Unlimited, a troubled 27-year-old agency in the Bronx, the number of those agencies had fallen to four from more than 15. New York Times's Julie Bosman reports ... read more

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