Rightsizing, Streamlining, Outsourcing, Revenue Maximization, Foster Care, Beds, and their Porous Boundaries

A recent article in Arizona Law Review by Professor Daniel L. Hatcher of Baltimore University touches on the “revolving door” in the field of the human services. This revolving door phenomenon is one that is in many respects unique to the child welfare, foster care, and the poverty industries. Ira Schwartz explains that the “boundaries […]

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