Colorado On Track to be First to Fulfill Foster Youth Ride Provision

Colorado On Track to be First to Fulfill Foster Youth Ride Provision

April 23, 2018

Chronicle of Social Change’s Christie Renick writes that the Colorado legislature is considering a $2.9 million bill “aimed at improving the educational success of students who are foster youths.” If signed into law, Colorado will be the first state to officially implement a program that conforms to ESSA’s requirement that “compels school systems to ensure that, among other things, foster kids have a ride to school.”