Tag: education

Education vs. Foster Youth

The Fight Continues
by
Jim Roberts
August, 31, 2015 -

Thousands of children and youth across the nation have begun or will soon begin school. Sadly, for foster children and youth, this ritual represents a foreboding process invoking fears of rejection, ostracization and trauma. For most foster children, school is not a fun or engaging place.

“Kicking Off” the New School Year with a Positive Attitude

by
Daniel Carlisle, FCNI Social Worker and Father
August, 24, 2015

For the last couple of years, my wife has hosted a “Back to School Kickball Game” for friends and neighbors. The group that usually gathers is a very eclectic mix of parents and children. A fun array of ages, backgrounds and family sizes; including foster families, adoptive families, toddlers, teenagers, tweens, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts…and all of their different connections, temperaments and beliefs would make this list almost exhaustive.

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