Phyllis Gilmore, secretary for the Kansas Department for Children and Families, called the state’s requirements for workers in Kansas’ foster care system “overly restrictive (and) out of step with national trends.” She called on lawmakers to review the requirements.
Phyllis Gilmore, secretary for the Kansas Department for Children and Families, called the state’s requirements for workers in Kansas’ foster care system “overly restrictive (and) out of step with national trends.” She called on lawmakers to review the requirements. File photo AP
Phyllis Gilmore, secretary for the Kansas Department for Children and Families, called the state’s requirements for workers in Kansas’ foster care system “overly restrictive (and) out of step with national trends.” She called on lawmakers to review the requirements. File photo AP

Requirements for foster care workers too high, Kansas agency says

April 28, 2017 2:39 PM