Dedicated to improving educational outcomes for California's children and youth in foster care.

Education Summit

The 2017 Education Summit will took place on April 18th and 19th at the Hyatt in Sacramento.

The Summit included discussions, presenters and workshops on topics of interest to the stakeholders who support the educational achievements of foster youth from early childhood thought college and career.


Below are the Ed Summit conference materials and the resources shared and presented in each of the sessions.

A1 - Beyond Graduation Rates: Leading Indicators for Foster Youth Education

A2 - Indiana Department of Child Services Permanency and Practice Support

A5 - The Power of Patnerships and Multi-Disciplinary Teams in Your School District

A7 - trauma Infomed Practice for Schools

A8 - Real Time Foster Youth Data Monitoring in Orange County B1 - Appropriately Increasing Foster/Probation/Homeless Graduation Rates B2 - School Ties: Foster Youth Supporting Foster Youth Across Systems in Butte County B5 - Safe, Strong and Supportive Schools for Foster Youth: What the new school climate indicators mean and how to use them B7 - Setting up Students for College: Aviding the "Remidiation Trap" B8 - A2HE: A Multi-Agency Collaborative Effort to get Foster Youth Students from High School to College and Career B11 - How will Continuum of Care Reform Affect Education? C1 - The Effects of Trauna on Learning C3 - Setting up Students for College: Avoiding the "Remidiation Trap" C5 - Ways Advocates, Providers, and Districts Can Partner to Serve the Needs of Foster Youth C7 - The Fast Track to Progress: Youth Adult Partnerships C10 - Leveraging Behavioral Science to Help Foster Youth Succeed in College C11 - Maximizing CALPADS Foster Youth Data to Encourage Agency Collaboration D1 - The Every Student Succeeds Act: Effective Implementation of Federal Education Law to Support Students in Care D2 - Education and the Road to Health

D4 - Overcoming Adverse Childhood Experiences

D5 - School Stability for Foster Youth: Using Data to Measure Success D6 - Foster Care and LGBTQIA D8 - Real Time Foster Youth Monitoring in Orange County D9 - Safe, Strong and Supportive Schools for Foster Youth: What the new School Climate Indicators mean and how to use them
  • See B5 for materials
D10 - Using Behavioral Science to Help You Get Into and Succeed in College E4 - The Power of Collaborative Partnerships: Designing School Prorams to Connect and Engage Foster Youth E7 - Linking with Higher Ed: University Graduate Students Provide Content Workshops for College and Career Event E10 - The Every Student Succeeds Act: Effective Implementation of Federal Education Law to Support Students in Foster Care
  • See D1 for materials
E11 - New Statewide Data on Foster Students in CA