One Oklahoma toddler was shuttled between eight different foster care placements in less than a year — and her experience isn’t unusual, according to a recent expert report.
Judge in class action to reform extremely dangerous child welfare system restricts access to evidence, but Children’s Rights continues to press for change.
Federal judge authorizes Children’s Rights to press on in effort to reform Oklahoma’s harmful child welfare system on behalf of more than 10,000 abused and neglected children statewide.
State lawmakers have introduced a bill aimed at addressing serious ongoing problems in Oklahoma’s child welfare agency — but advocates say new laws aren’t enough.
Association representing Oklahoma’s frontline child welfare workers comes out strongly in support of Children’s Rights’ campaign to reform the state’s dysfunctional child welfare agency.
Federal judge rules from the bench after hearings on CR’s class action seeking reform of the state’s failing child welfare system on behalf of more than 10,000 abused and neglected kids.
Internal e-mails obtained by Children’s Rights show children being shuffled among hundreds of different caseworkers, available foster homes at a premium, and caseworkers dangerously overworked.