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Number of children in foster care dropping in D.C. region

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The number of children in foster homes is plummeting in the District and throughout the region, and the explanation is simple: Governments are practically bending over backward to keep kids out of the system, because research has found that children tend to have better outcomes when they stay in their homes. Since January 2012, the District cleared 329 children from its foster care ledger, a 19...

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