Concerns remain over Kansas foster children staying in offices

Lawmakers learned last fall that because of a shortage of foster homes and residential beds, contractors had resorted to having kids — many of them with extreme needs and hard to place — sleep in offices overnight when needed.
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Lawmakers learned last fall that because of a shortage of foster homes and residential beds, contractors had resorted to having kids — many of them with extreme needs and hard to place — sleep in offices overnight when needed.

Troubled Kansas system for protecting kids was making progress. Then this happened

September 23, 2018 05:30 AM