April 10, 2013•Alerts
Helping Schools Make a Difference for Youth in Foster Care
The Juvenile Law Center has developed a toolkit for schools to help make a difference for youth in foster care. Administrators and educators can improve education outcomes for struggling youth in foster care by understanding what youths face in the foster care system and identifying ways to help youth succeed in school.
The tools can be downloaded from the Juvenile Law Center’s website at www.jlc.org/educatortools or the Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council’s website at www.paddc.org. For more information, click to view the announcement.
Please contact Elizabeth Tierney of Juvenile Law Center, firstname.lastname@example.org or (215) 625-0551 if you have any questions or need more information.