Los Angeles Trying “Colorblind” Foster Care Decisions

Los Angeles Trying “Colorblind” Foster Care Decisions By Sara Tiano July 14, 2021 Originally featured in LA Progressive LA Progressive Los Angeles County leaders committed on Tuesday to test out “colorblind removals” in child welfare cases — an attempt to correct long-standing patterns that draw disproportionately more Black and brown

Los Angeles Leaders Vote to Try “Colorblind” Foster Care Decisions

Los Angeles Leaders Vote to Try “Colorblind” Foster Care Decisions By Sara Tiano July 13, 2021 Originally featured in the The Imprint Rawpixel Los Angeles County leaders committed on Tuesday to test out “colorblind removals” in child welfare cases — an attempt to correct long-standing patterns that draw disproportionately more

Breaking the Foster Care Cycle, One Young Family at a Time

Breaking the Foster Care Cycle, One Young Family at a Time The Children’s Law Center of California’s Pre-Filing Representation Project is changing the trajectory for teen parents and their young children in foster care. By Jody Leibman Green and Kaveh Landsverk July 01, 2021 Originally featured in the American Bar Association

Tutoring, when driven by equity, can help students catch up post pandemic

Tutoring, when driven by equity, can help students catch up post pandemic By Monique Corral May 17, 2021 Originally featured in EdSource ALISON YIN/EDSOURCE California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s revised state budget proposal for 2021-22 includes one-time funds of $2.6 billion to schools to provide interventions for students, including tutoring. While tutoring can make a

The UCLA Pritzker Center on the Death of Ma’Khia Bryant

The UCLA Pritzker Center on the Death of Ma'Khia Bryant April 23, 2021 Courtesy Bryant Family Ma’Khia Bryant was in foster care. Her death happened outside of her foster home. Though the facts of the altercation leading to the police response are in question, the cause of Ma’Khia’s death