CORE Data and Outcomes Survey
Survey of 16 residential care programs.
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Residential Education In The United States: An Overview
The enclosed information on the reemerging field of “residential education” is an essential step in cultivating a society that values residential education as one "tool in the toolbox" for transforming the lives of vulnerable young people.
Cost of Care Survey
In March, 2009, CORE conducted a brief survey of the cost of care in residential education. Of the responding CORE member programs (17 programs), 88% base their cost of care on 365 days a year.
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DEFINING GROUP CARE PROGRAMS: AN INDEX OF REPORTING STANDARDS
University of Maryland School of Social Work
VALUABLE SOURCE FOR RESIDENTIAL EXCELLENCE
Advocacy Insider, CORE's Public Policy e-newsletter, highlights legislative updates and advocacy news. Published weekly, Advocacy Insider also provides links to reports and other resources available through CORE on issues of state and national policy. Each issue contains updates on recent developments in policy areas that were highlighted in previous issues, as well as current issues as they unfold, keeping CORE members informed and prepared for action.
RESIDENTIAL EDUCATION: A RE-INTRODUCTION
What is residential education?
What distinguishes residential education?
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