- Sisters finally get a big brother
- Bullying the teacher
- Lawmakers: Give more protection to social workers and prison guards
- Grandmother of dead Lansing toddler says CPS should have intervened
- Broken Foster System Leaves L.A. Youth Unprepared For Adulthood
- DCF to use report-card system to monitor foster kids
- Disabled couple thrilled they’ll be able to keep their baby
- Group homes are pivotal in Oklahoma's child welfare reform
- Nevada Foster Kids Can Pursue Neglect Claims
Posted: 08 May 2012 05:14 AM PDT
Sisters finally get a big brother
Imagine you are walking through a local mall. You spot three girls coming your way, you cross paths, but you don't know the three are your half sisters.
Posted: 08 May 2012 04:07 AM PDT
Bullying the teacher
Imagine you are a school vice-principal. One day, a parent complains that the Grade 5 supply teacher made her son take a squishy banana out of the garbage can and eat it. How do you react? Do you (1) ask the parent if the kid might be exaggerating? Or (2) ask the teacher for her side of the story? Or (3) suspend the teacher, send her home, report her to the school board and call child-welfare authorities?
Note: Just another case of a self-righteous paranoia case reporting her hysterical baseless assumptions.
Posted: 07 May 2012 07:59 PM PDT
Lawmakers: Give more protection to social workers and prison guards
Posted: 07 May 2012 07:38 PM PDT
Grandmother of dead Lansing toddler says CPS should have intervened
The grandmother of a 2-year-old boy whose death has sparked a police investigation said today that state social workers and police missed opportunities to save his life.
Note: But they didn't because they were too busy harassing innocent families.
Posted: 07 May 2012 07:27 PM PDT
Broken Foster System Leaves L.A. Youth Unprepared For Adulthood
Gabriel Almendarez is looking for one thing in life: someone he can call family.
Posted: 07 May 2012 07:18 PM PDT
DCF to use report-card system to monitor foster kids
Florida is taking steps to reduce the number of youth in foster care who wind up without an education by requiring report cards – not on how the kids are doing in history and English, but on whether they're in a stable situation that enhances their chance to succeed in school and life.
Posted: 07 May 2012 07:10 PM PDT
Disabled couple thrilled they'll be able to keep their baby
The proud parents of a 3-week-old baby boy learned Friday that they won't lose their child to the Peel Children's Aid Society after all.
Posted: 07 May 2012 06:57 PM PDT
Group homes are pivotal in Oklahoma's child welfare reform
Jordan recalls the happiest part of her childhood was in a group home in Tipton, living in a cottage with girls and a married couple.
Posted: 07 May 2012 06:43 PM PDT
Nevada Foster Kids Can Pursue Neglect Claims
Foster children in Nevada can pursue claims that Clark County failed to keep them free from harm, neglected to provide proper medical care and generally mismanaged the foster program, the 9th Circuit ruled Friday.
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