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Five Things Student Affairs Professionals Can Do to Better Support Foster Care Alumni

Health, Safety, and Well-being Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice Division Graduate Mid-Level
August 15, 2019

This brief highlights the unique experiences of students with a history of foster care and the personal and social impacts of foster care on their education trajectories, as well as points of significance for student affairs professionals as they build awareness and competencies around best supporting this population. No matter the level of institutional leadership—from executives to campus-based student affairs staff—each professional has an important role and responsibility in supporting foster care alumni.

A NASPA Research and Policy Institute report.

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