For Montana Lopez, this month matters “…because it shows that Americans can appreciate other heritages and cultures.”
Foster Success is one of 45 organizations who signed the following letter on Supporting Foster Youth and Families through the Pandemic Act. A copy of the letter is available here.
A lot has and will change as you head to campus this fall. Even if you’re living on-campus, a lot of virtual instruction is likely. Here are 10 things to know before you go!
Purdue University Northwest student Justin Hayden talks about keeping up with academic pursuits during a pandemic. Read his story here.
…the more complete data set only emphasized and further heightened the continued disparities in the educational foundation that we are laying for Indiana’s students in foster care.
On April 29, 2020 Foster Success sent this letter to Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb about ways the State can support foster youth during COVID-19.
”Do kids really pack their stuff in garbage bags?” and “Is this really a need?” The answer to each of these questions is “yes” and “no.”
Little did I know when I posted this on Facebook 6 years ago, that my work ultimately would lead me to where I am today – supporting the educational and life outcomes of Indiana’s foster youth through my work at Foster Success.
The 74: After Saying It Would Go Above and Beyond to Educate Its Foster Care Students, Indiana Unveils a Plan That Is Little More Than Bullet Points
“This is not the intentional or robust plan that we had hoped for,” said Brent Kent, a member of a stakeholder group that worked on the plan and helped usher in the state law that mandated it.