I Know Where I’m Going, Part Two

But Will My Cash Keep Up?

Practice Guide

This workbook, part of a 2-book set, is designed to stimulate conversations with foster children, ages 12 to 15, about investing money, being a savvy shopper and using a credit card.

June 17, 2002

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Money Pals, Part Two

Being Cool with Cash

Practice Guide

This workbook is designed to teach foster children, ages 8 to 11, practical skills about shopping, such as keeping a spending diary, being a smart shopper and understanding advertising.

June 17, 2002

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A Profile of Disconnected Young Adults in 2010

Report

In 16 fact-packed pages, this report rings the alarm on a growing demographic: young adults who have fallen off the road to economic independence. Readers will learn how this group compares to their self-sufficient counterparts, the lasting consequences of missing the adulthood mark, and specific strategies for helping these wayward individuals get their lives — and futures — back on track.       

December 1, 2010

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Present, Engaged, and Accounted For

The Critical Importance of Addressing Chronic Absence in the Early Grades

Report

The research is clear: Missing school has significant consequences for America’s youngest learners. This report — an examination of chronic early absence in education — highlights how poor attendance cracks a child’s academic foundation. It explores causes and potential solutions for this all-too-common classroom challenge and makes a compelling case for giving this issue more attention in relevant child welfare initiatives.

September 1, 2008

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