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The Pulse: What Progress For Foster Kids?

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Rhode Island’s child welfare system has been struggling to keep kids out of group homes, find enough foster families, and even deal with a legacy of...

Rhode Island’s child welfare system has been struggling to keep kids out of group homes, find enough foster families, and even deal with a legacy of financial irregularities. Earlier this year, Governor Gina Raimondo called for an overhaul of the agency. And for this week’s The Pulse, we check in with the person Raimondo put in charge of that overhaul: Jamia McDonald to find out what progress has been made.

Kristin Gourlay speaks with Jamia McDonald, head of Rhode Island's Dept. of Children, Youth, and Families.

The Pulse: What Progress For Foster Kids?
The Pulse: What Progress For Foster Kids?