Gerber, Judith M.; Dicker, Sheryl
November 2005
Albany Law Review;2005, Vol. 69 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Presents an overview of the laws governing education of children in foster care. Description of the legal responsibilities of child welfare agencies regarding education; General education services available to children in foster care; Requirements for communication among the courts, the child welfare system and the education system regarding children with special education needs; Parental responsibilities and education decision-making; Interplay between the child welfare and education laws regarding the transition of foster youth into the adult world.


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