Wednesday, April 20, 2011

On our Blog at Youth Today: CWLA’s Annual Conference: Where the Gordon Gekkos of child welfare compare notes

            One of the great things about the annual conference of the Child Welfare League of America – o.k., the only great thing about this gathering of the foster care-industrial complex – is that every year there is at least one panel where the mask slips.  Talking among themselves, participants shed some of the pieties about how every word they speak, every action they take, indeed every breath they inhale is only “for the children.”  Some of the agencies show their true colors.   

            In this month’s installment of our Blog at the trade journal Youth Today, I talk about what they revealed about themselves this year: You can read it here.