Foster Care, Part 5: The State of the System The U.S. government says there were 542,000 children in foster care as of September 2001 -- and most were children of color. For the final report in our week-long look at U.S. foster care, NPR's Allison Keyes looks at the process and examines the state of the U.S. child welfare system.
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Foster Care, Part 5: The State of the System

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Foster Care, Part 5: The State of the System

Foster Care, Part 5: The State of the System

Foster Care, Part 5: The State of the System

Only Available in Archive Formats.

The U.S. government says there were 542,000 children in foster care as of September 2001 — and most were children of color. For the final report in our week-long look at U.S. foster care, NPR's Allison Keyes looks at the process and examines the state of the U.S. child welfare system.