AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE FOSTER CHILDREN'S BILL OF RIGHTS UNDER THE LAWS PERTAINING TO CONTROL OVER CHILD PLACING AND CHILD CARE.
Enacts new GS 131D-10.2A to declare that it is the policy of the state that the core elements of the Foster Care Children's Bill of Rights include 11 specified items, including right of first priority to be placed in a home with siblings, right to remain enrolled, if possible, in the school the child attended before being placed in foster care, and the right to participate in a transition plan for those phasing out of foster care.
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