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By Team FosterClub — Mar 3, 2014

Matt Slocum/AP Photo​ Every school has it’s own unique courses and curriculums. Every time a foster youth moves schools, their course work and curriculum changes as well. This is far from a recipe for success, and a huge part of the... Read more

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By Celeste — Dec 19, 2010

State Policies that Support Youth Transitioning from Foster Care and the Easy-to-Use State Child Welfare Policy Database Join us for a Webinar on December 20 How Do the Foster Care Policies in Your State Compare to Other... Read more

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By Shaden — Nov 6, 2010

I had to write a philosophy of education for a class....I just finished it and I wanted to know what you guys thought!! Will I make a good teacher?? HAHA I know I will but I just wanted to share... Read more

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By brownm — Jun 26, 2010

I just got back from the Oregon Teen Conference. I am honored to say that it was a great success and that I feel that the youth have taken from this conference what we wanted them to. I just did not know that I would be taking more from them then I... Read more

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By Celeste — May 12, 2010

18-year-old Kayla VanDyke has had to leave a lot behind over the 14 years she’s spent in foster care and homeless. She entered foster care at age four because of her mother’s drug activity. She was reunited with her biological mother for a time... Read more

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By FC Steve — Mar 23, 2010

FosterClub applauds the recent statement by the Senate Caucus on Foster Youth led by Senators Grassley (R-IA) and Landrieu (D-LA) which urges legislators to hear from foster youth as they wotk on re-authorization of federal education programs... Read more

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By Celeste — Jan 31, 2010

FosterClub believes young people and alumni have unique insight about what their peers in foster care are experiencing, making them uniquely suited to recognize trends and emerging issues in foster care. In keeping with this idea, the first... Read more

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By Isaiah — Sep 15, 2009

Hey everyone, We for an update. I have started my fall semester at herkimer county community college. this year i have great classes to take and some i learn alot more than i previously knew before. I made a huge step in my life to become a United... Read more

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By FC Steve — Sep 8, 2009

Mallory is going to be a high school senior in the fall, but before she does that, she’s got a busy summer. The DCFS foster child, who is also on the DCFS Youth Advisory Board, is one of 400 students at the Arkansas Governor’s School, a six-week... Read more

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By Isaiah — Jul 1, 2009

I think that if you want to succeed you need to make the correct choices in life. Because life is all about the choices you make on a daily basics because like for an example if you choose not to go to class you are ruining your life because in... Read more

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