Child Welfare News #29—Spring 2007

2007
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Child Welfare News #29—Spring 2007

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2007

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Table of Contents The Impact of Absent Biological Parents in Kinship Care: Importance of Ambiguous Loss, CASCW Minn-LInK Project Releases Follow-up on Economic Outcomes of Former Senior Cohort of the Child Welfare High School Graduation Study, Discussion Paper on Child Care Assistance and Family Well-Being to be Released, Second Phase of Racial Disparities Study Completed, CASCW Hosts Discussion with 2006 Churchill Fellow Frances Evans, Family Therapist and Diversity Authority Holds Workshop on “Invisible Wounds of Oppression”, Spring Family Policy Forum: Bridging the Divide between Policymakers and Researchers, Financing the Future of Child Welfare: The Child Safety Act, Confronting Challenges in Truancy: The Adolescent Involved in Substance Abuse, CASCW Sponsors Child Well-Being Discussion, IV-E Alumni Updates, IV-E Student Perspective

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Child Welfare News was the newsletter of CASCW from 1992 to 2010. Its purpose was to inform the child welfare community on current practice, policy and evaluation efforts. It also included updates on the child welfare activities of the Center’s Title IV-E alumni and articles or announcements pertaining to Center-sponsored events. CASCW produced one edition in both the fall and spring semesters.

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. (2007). Child Welfare News #29—Spring 2007. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/185234.

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