Foster Care and Misguided Philanthropy | IN 60 SECONDS

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Foster Care and Misguided Philanthropy | IN 60 SECONDS

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Some would say that philanthropists have done their best to deal with challenges surrounding foster care by keeping more kids at home or with foster families. However, data shows that their efforts may have been misguided. AEI’s Naomi Schaefer Riley explains.

FULL ARTICLE — Philanthropy helped reduce institutional placement for foster kids. Now many have nowhere to go. https://bit.ly/3w6yW8s

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