15 Years and Rise-ing

The Imprint Weekly

Dec 2020

42 min 54 sec

On this week’s podcast we discuss the immediate fallout from The Imprint’s investigation into California’s use of out-of-state youth facilities, the rise in child welfare cases in Los Angeles during the pandemic, rapid testing regulations getting lifted and a big result for the workforce development program Year Up. We’re joined by Nora McCarthy and Jeanette Vega of Rise, a New York City organization dedicated to supporting parents involved in child welfare cases, about the organization’s first 15 years in the world. Reading RoomConfronted Over Abuse, California is Bringing 116 Kids Home from Far-Away Programs. Counties are Scrambling.bit.ly/38phRtoDependency Court Backlog Finds Many Los Angeles Children Still in Limbobit.ly/37Dtduw‘Year Up’ Sets The Standard on Workforce Developmentbit.ly/2KJDYCRProposal to Focus Social Spending on Proven, High-Impact Programs: The “Funding Match for Evidence” Demonstrationbit.ly/3nGTrSD

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