Presents results from a longitudinal study of youth in Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois, comparing outcomes of those still in care at age 19 to the outcomes of discharged youth. Suggests that discharged youth fare worse than their same-age peers across a variety of domains.
This dissertation examines the determinants of international variations in child welfare. It focuses on the relationship between child welfare and the distribution of power in societies, using a composite measurement called the “holistic child welfare […]
Both houses of Congress return this week, a traditional return made later by the two political conventions. As a result, congressional action for the fall session is likely to be one of the shortest with […]
Racial and ethnic disparities: A population-based examination of risk factors for involvement with child protective services
The California study linked the birth records of children born in 2002 to child protective services data from that year forward. This produced a clear record of nearly all the children from that year who […]