Finding new ways to reward foster care performance in Tennessee

Tennessee had one of the worst foster care systems in the country. But after a lawsuit by children’s advocates was settled in 2001, the state made a change. Instead of paying private contractors a fixed fee for each child, the state created a system of severe punishments and incentives.
Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times
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