The secretary of homeland security has said the administration might start separating kids from parents at the border and putting those children in foster-care. A New York City child-welfare expert weighs in.
In several recent sex trafficking busts, a large share of the children rescued have been involved in the foster-care system. How can we prevent the sometimes necessary tool of foster care from become a fast-track to exploitation?
Child abuse and neglect aren’t the only ways parents can hurt children. In high-conflict custody cases, kids are often quiet victims.
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