Child Welfare “Hackathon” Yields Ideas, Collaboration and Momentum

For 24 hours on May 26-27, engineers, scientists, practitioners and young people tackled the foster care’s toughest problems during the first ever White House “hackathon” focused on child welfare. The event centered on the design and development of software prototypes and creating a much-needed shift in the conversation about using technology to contribute to the well-being of children and families. 

June 6, 2016

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Does Your Child Welfare Agency Have a Practice Model?

The most effective child welfare agencies establish practice models that describe how they partner with families and the community and keep them focused on their goals. In its child welfare leader's desk guide, the Casey Foundation outlines how these practice models create high-performing agencies. 

April 29, 2016

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