foster care peer-to-peer exchange

The Legal Center participated in the Foster Care Peer-to-Peer Exchange Series on Educational Stability for Children in Foster Care, a four-part webinar series held during July and August 2018 and hosted by the State Support Network.

Series objectives:

  • Understand Title I, Part A educational stability requirements for students in foster care.
  • Identify promising practices, innovative solutions, and tools and resources from peer states and technical assistance providers to support implementation of Title I, Part A educational stability requirements for students in foster care.
  • Define specific action steps to address challenges and/or needs discussed during the P2P exchange series.

Webinar recordings, PowerPoint presentations, and recommended resources for each session are available below.

session 1: collaboration with child welfare agencies

Collaboration with Child Welfare Agencies Webinar Recording (July 19, 2018)

 

Recommended Resources:

session 2: data systems

Data Systems Webinar Recording (August 2, 2018)

PowerPoint Slides

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session 3: transportation

Transportation Webinar Recording (August 16, 2018)

PowerPoint Slides

Recommended Resources:

Iowa Department of Education: Education of Children in Foster Care webpage, including:

New York State Education Department:

Hop, Skip, Drive – K-12 Transportation Resource recommended by several jurisdictions.

American Bar Association, Legal Center for Foster Care and Education:

Colorado:

session 4

Roles and Responsibilities of POCs and Liaisons Webinar (August 23, 2018)

PowerPoint Slides

Recommended Resources:

American Bar Association, Legal Center for Foster Care and Education:

State Resources: