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SMU Law Review Forum

Abstract

Over the past decade, the child welfare system has expanded, with vast public and private resources being spent on the system. Despite this investment, there is scant evidence suggesting a meaningful return on investment. This Article argues that without a change in the values held by the system, increased funding will not address the public health problems of child abuse and neglect.

Digital Object Identifier

https://doi.org/10.25172/slrf.73.1.12

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