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more likely to be suspended or expelled, to score lower on standardized tests in reading and math, to be involved in special education, and to have higher rates of grade retention and drop out, and are less likely to attend and graduate from college

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National Working Group on Foster Care and Education. 2018. “Fostering Success in Education: National Factsheet on the Educational Outcomes of Children in Foster Care,” p. 5, 7, and 19. Washington, DC: American Bar Association Legal Center for Foster Care and Education. https://foster-ed.org/fostering-success-in-education-national-factsheet-on-the-educational-outcomes-of-children-in-foster-care/.

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