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HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR WORK – JULY 2018

August 1, 2018

HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR WORK
Alicia B. Lawsuit Settled: Improvements for Education for Expelled Students in Connecticut ›
Alicia B. vs. Malloy, NCYL’s lawsuit challenging the inadequate education provided to expelled students in Connecticut, has fully settled.  This settlement represents a significant step forward for

JUDGE ORDERS ADMINISTRATION TO COMPLY WITH FLORES AGREEMENT

August 1, 2018

In a major victory for immigrant children, U.S. District Court Judge Dolly Gee has determined that the federal government failed to meet its obligations to children in immigration custody. Judge Gee found that the government is unnecessarily delaying the release of children, “stepping up” children…

NCYL WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS TO ITS FOSTER-ED TEAM

August 1, 2018

Sara Anthony Education Liaison, FosterEd: Arizona Sarah Anthony is an Education Liaison with FosterEd: Arizona. Anthony graduated from Kent State University with a B.A. in Justice Studies with a focus in Constitutional Law. She went on to receive her M.B.A. and is working on her…

CLASS CERTIFIED IN MISSOURI PSYCH MEDS LAWSUIT

August 1, 2018

In an historic ruling, United States District Judge Nanette K. Laughrey has granted class certification to all Missouri foster children “who presently are, or in the future will be, prescribed or administered one or more psychotropic medications while in state care.” The ruling in M.B. 

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