Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Let's foster better education

"If Oklahoma is going to adopt sweeping reforms to serve foster children better," Greg Forster writes, "it shouldn't just think about homes. It should think about schools. As state policymakers scrounge to find $150 million to implement a proposed plan to reform the foster care system, they should also implement a policy which would actually save money. By doing so, they could revolutionize life for some of Oklahoma’s most vulnerable children."

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