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Tennessee made significant progress last year caring for foster children who “aged out” of state custody when they turned 18, and a funding boost could accomplish even more in the coming year.
The number of adoptions from foster care has nearly doubled since the Adoptions and Safe Families Act was passed in 1997.
The Florida boy's plea for a family highlights the many languishing cases. Yet it takes a rare set of skills to foster parent.
U.S. officials will allow the state Department of Children's Services to use funds to help keep children at home with their own families.
The State budget now mandates tracking foster youth, and adds foster youth to the categories of students who get extra funding from the state.