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Document Number: 9037

Kentucky School-Based Family Support: Twenty Years Later PDF - Kentucky was the first state to require the establishment of Family Resource and Youth Services Centers (FRYSC), entities that coordinate a network of resources for students and families in neighborhoods where 20% or more of the students qualify for federal free- and reduced-price meals. This StateNote provides details of this statewide model. (Dinah Frey, Education Commission of the States, November 2010)...
Author: Dinah Frey
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Publisher: Education Commission of the States


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