A Pandemic Plan To Keep Foster Youth Plugged In

By The Imprint

On this week’s podcast we cover state and local ballot measures with big consequences for children and families, the Fulton v. City of Philadelphia Supreme Court case, and an interesting new program in Ohio aimed at preventing parents from relinquishing custody of their kids. Our guest this week is Serita Cox, co-founder of iFoster, on how her organization fueled a partnership that produced thousands of laptops and cell phones for current and former foster youth whose educations were disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Reading RoomU.S. Supreme Court Hears Religious Freedom Case Involving Foster Care Contractbit.ly/2U3A88MBallot Initiative Roundup: Marijuana, Minimum Wage, Universal Preschool and Morebit.ly/3k6DimWChildren’s Funding Projectbit.ly/3n1HFlaNew Medicaid Program to Help High-Needs Kids Stay with Familiesbit.ly/38iB8OJEleven Weeks. 686 Partners. 6,630 Phones and Laptops.bit.ly/3p3yemY

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