Helping Your Children Succeed in School

Children who have been in foster care often face difficulties succeeding in school. Children may act out or have trouble learning due to fear or sadness. They can fall behind if they switch schools. And they are likely to be placed in special education.

Parents may not know how to access school-based services and may be intimidated by school personnel. In this issue, parents write about how they advocate for the supports their children need to succeed in school.

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