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Large percentages of foster youth have college aspirations, but estimates from research suggest that no more than 20 percent of that population are known to enroll and fewer than half of them actually graduate.

Royel Johnson, assistant professor of education (higher edu...

Gov. Jerry Brown has signed an Assembly bill that will open doors for more of the state’s 60,000 foster youth to attend college.

Assemblyman Tony Thurmond, D-Richmond, who authored the legislation, Assembly Bill 3089, made the announcement Friday in a press release.

The...

“Raise your hand if you think every child deserves a loving home,” the social worker said.

She held up a photo of five brothers and sisters, all teenagers.

I glanced around the room and tried to read the eyes of other potential foster-care parents at the information sess...

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