According to this report, youth in foster care are at particular risk for academic and social difficulties in school. To read more, click here.
by Justin Pye In July, the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges announced that the City College of San Francisco’s (CCSF) accreditation would be revoked in July 2014. The nearly 80-year-old institution serves more […]
Helping foster youth succeed in higher education was the focus of the 2013 Blueprint Conference held in Los Angeles over two days in October. The John Burton Foundation, which manages the California College Pathways Initiative, produced […]
By Lynsey Clark While the schoolrooms are empty for the last bit of summer, a task force of Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) administrators have been planning ways to prevent child sex trafficking before it […]
By Lynsey Clark In California, a leading state in college assistance to foster youth, service providers are reporting that most of their clients are women, begging the question: where are the boys? “The gender […]
An interview with John Emerson, who leads Casey Family Program’s postsecondary education and training for youth from foster care. John Emerson is the Postsecondary Education Advisor for Casey Family Programs, a Seattle-based national operating foundation that […]