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Caregiver’s Handbook for Money Pals

June 17, 2002

Written for caregivers of foster youth, this guide gives concrete direction in teaching financial skills to help foster kids find their dreams and have the…

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I Know Where I’m Going, Part Two

June 17, 2002

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…

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I Know Where I’m Going, Part One

June 17, 2002

This guide, written for teenagers in foster care, provides the knowledge and skills necessary to be financially savvy and able to save for your future. 

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Money Pals, Part Two

June 17, 2002

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.

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Money Pals, Part One

June 17, 2002

This workbook is designed to teach children in foster care, ages 8 to 11, practical skills about using money,

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Team Decisionmaking: Building Community Partnerships in Child Welfare (Part 2)

June 9, 2002

This manual, created for Casey's Family to Family grantees, shows how team decisionmaking works as a strategy for permanence in family foster care system, and how state agencies…

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What is Trauma?

June 4, 2002

This five-page report reviews symptoms and treatments associated with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and trauma. It tells how traumatic events can impact children and offers four recommendations for…

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Philanthropic Due Diligence

June 2, 2002

This paper proposes using Exploratory Case Studies as a tool to improve philanthropic giving to school districts empowering funders to make smarter, more strategic investments in our…

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Moving Up Is A Steep Climb

April 20, 2002

Researchers spent 18 months following families to better understand how parental employment intersects with child well-being. Their study focused on 10 low-income families from two…

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