Show: The Imprint Weekly

Surprising Findings on Aging Out, Removal Reasons and More

This week we discuss the race between Texas and New York to pass the first “Family Miranda” bill for child welfare investigations, clergy as mandated reporters, and the 28th state to ban juvenile life without parole sentences. 

Serita Cox of iFoster joins to discuss some of the most interesting results from the organization’s second annual foster care survey, including some notable responses from current and former foster youth about reunification or adoption

Guest Interview Details

Serita Cox is the co-founder of iFoster, which uses a free platform to ensure that every child growing up outside of their biological home has the resources and opportunities they need to become successful. Before launching iFoster in 2010, Cox spent more than a decade consulting on technology and management in the Bay Area.

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Texas Should Tell Parents Their Rights When It Investigates Child Abuse Claims, Lawmaker Proposes ‘Miranda Warning’-style Bill for Parents Fails in New York City Council States Weigh Child Abuse Reporting vs. Clergy’s Duty of Confidentiality Minnesota Abolishes Juvenile Life-Without-Parole Sentences Gov. Walz Signs Bill to End Use of Juvenile Solitary Confinement Voice of The Foster Care Community
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