Building a Supportive Educational Pipeline for Youth from Foster Care in Michigan - 5:14
with Karie Ward, Director of Fostering Success Michigan
Posted Oct 02, 2019
According to the Mi School Data, in Michigan, approximately 40% of youth with experience in foster care graduate high school compared to 80% of their general population peers. Karie Ward of Fostering Success Michigan shares how they are increasing access in higher education for students with experience in foster care.
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