Monthly Archives: October 2010

Recruits Desert Child Welfare

Actually, the full headline in the Australian reads, “UK Recruits Desert Child Welfare“.  Thus begins the article about Australia’s less than successful efforts to find and retain case workers to handle their staffing-challenged child welfare organization.  Generally I focus my … Continue reading

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Seinfeld Rerun & Adoption

I know, you probably don’t expect this title in a child welfare blog. And you probably don’t expect these two topics paired together. I didn’t expect a Seinfeld rerun to unblock my writer’s block either. Stranger things have happened, I’m … Continue reading

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Educational Shuffle

I had the opportunity to attend a press conference on Educational Instability experienced by children and youth in foster care a couple of weeks ago. “Back to School, Back to Instability” was hosted by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute … Continue reading

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