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African American Children in Foster Care: HHS and Congressional Actions Could Help Reduce Proportion in Care: Congressional Testimony
Kay Brown (au)
A significantly greater proportion of African American children are in foster care than children of other races and ethnicities relative to their share of the general population. Given this situation, this report analyzes the: (1) major factors influencing their proportion in foster care; (2) strategies states and localities have implemented that appear promising; and (3) ways in which fed. policies may have influenced the proportion of African American children in foster care. This testimony is based on a report issued in July 2007 which included a nationwide survey; a review of research and policies; state site visits; analyses of child welfare data; and interviews with researchers, HHS officials, and other experts. It includes updates where possible. Charts and tables.
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