NewsEducation / August 16, 2019

New Program Aims To Improve Graduation Rates Among Foster Youth

New Program Aims To Improve Graduation Rates Among Foster YouthChild Advocates and the Indiana University School of Education have teamed up to improve graduation rates among students in foster care.Child Advocates, Indiana University School of Education, Foster Youth, Graduation Rate2019-08-16T00:00:00-04:00
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New Program Aims To Improve Graduation Rates Among Foster Youth

From left to right: Donna Walker and Cindy Booth.

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Child Advocates and the Indiana University School of Education have teamed up to improve graduation rates among students in foster care. WFYI’s Taylor Bennett learned more about the project during a conversation with Child Advocates CEO Cindy Booth and Donna Walker, who leads the Educational Liaison program.

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