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Title "The Tennessee Accountability Center"
Date May 22, 2020
Author The Center for State Child Welfare Data
External Link https://fcda.chapinhall.org/process-quality-and-capacity-investments/tennessee-accountabil...
Abstract The independent Tennessee Accountability Center, housed at the Center for State Child Welfare Data at Chapin Hall, was established under the terms of the Settlement Agreement in the Brian A. vs. Haslam class action lawsuit. The mission of the Tennessee Accountability Center (AC) is two-fold. First, the AC will provide evidence needed by stakeholders to understand what happens to children when they are placed in foster care in Tennessee. In turn, stakeholders will understand how the Department of Children’s Services’ efforts to serve children can be reinforced. Second, the AC, through its work with the Department, will strengthen the systems the Department uses to monitor its performance going forward, beyond the 18-month term of the AC.
Source The Center for State Child Welfare Data


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case Brian A. v. Haslam (CW-TN-0001)

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