Foster Care Outline

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Outline & Bibliography The Effects of the Foster Care System on Adults I. Introduction a. What is foster care? b. Who is placed in foster care? c. Why is foster care needed? d. When does foster care end? e. How important is foster care? II. Foster Care System a. One will seek to explain the foster care system by examining the differences of such systems from state to state in the United States. b. One will outline associated problems that are found in foster cares. c. One will examine the types of persons placed into foster care to determine if there are defined characteristics associated with participants III. Who is affected by…show more content…
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