Texas Department of Family and Protective Services Director Henry “Hank” Whitman has sought about $100 million more to increase state pay for the lead vendors in foster care redesign and to expand a more privatized approach, which includes pay for performance, to 10 areas by 2019
Texas Department of Family and Protective Services Director Henry “Hank” Whitman has sought about $100 million more to increase state pay for the lead vendors in foster care redesign and to expand a more privatized approach, which includes pay for performance, to 10 areas by 2019 Jay Janner Austin American-Statesman
Texas Department of Family and Protective Services Director Henry “Hank” Whitman has sought about $100 million more to increase state pay for the lead vendors in foster care redesign and to expand a more privatized approach, which includes pay for performance, to 10 areas by 2019 Jay Janner Austin American-Statesman

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November 04, 2016 5:18 PM

Texas CPS should cut caseloads in half for workers who help foster kids, advisers tell judge

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