Infographics

Public and private partners working to improve educational outcomes for students in foster care are welcome to use infographics from our gallery in presentations, reports, websites, or other not-for-profit communication tools.

Please download our factsheets and share with your stakeholders:

 High School Fact Sheet

Every Transition Counts: High School

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K12

Every Transition Counts: K-12 Factsheet 

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Educational-Stability-Policy-Gap

Closing the Educational Stability Policy Gap

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The statistics represented in infographics are findings from the Colorado Study of Students in Foster Care. The data sources are Colorado Department of Education and Colorado Department of Human Services. Infographic tags will direct you to the reports associated with each analysis. 

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School Stability and Seamless Transitions graphics

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Report: Every Transition Counts (2016)

Description: School Stability and Seamless Transitions Are the Components of Educational Stability

 

Seamless Transitions and School Stability graphic

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Report: Every Transition Counts (2016)

Description: Seamless Transitions and School Stability Are the Components of Educational Stability

 

Students in Foster Care Changing Schools graphic

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Report: Every Transition Counts (2016)

Description: 53% of Students in Foster Care Changed Schools at Least Once

 

Students Changing Schools graphic

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Report: Every Transition Counts (2016)

Description: 9% of Students in Foster Care Changed Schools 3 or More Times

 

Students changing schools graphic

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Report: Every Transition Counts (2016)

Description: Some Groups of Students in Foster Care Change Schools More Often Than Others

 

High school students graphic

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Report: Every Transition Counts (2016)

Description: High School Students in Foster Care Change Schools the Most Frequently, Followed by Middle School Students

 

Number of school changes during high school

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Report: Every Transition Counts (2016)

Description: More than half of students who experienced foster care during high school also changed schools three or more times. Complete distribution of number of school changes for students in the foster care Class of 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014.

 

Number of school changes during high school

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Report: Every Transition Counts (2016)

Description: More than half of students who experienced foster care during high school also changed schools three or more times.

 

Graph high school diplomas

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Report: Every Transition Counts (2016)

Description: Most students in foster care change schools three or more times during high school, improving educational stability is expected to increase the on-time graduation rate and decrease the percentage of students earning a high school equivalency diploma (e.g., a GED). 

 

Graph predicted 4 to 6 year sheet

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Report: Every Transition Counts (2016)

Description: The odds of graduating from high school are better when students in foster care have fewer school changes and more time to meet graduation requirements. 

 

The Three T's

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Report: Every Transition Counts (2016)

Description: Educational Stability Call to Action: Transcripts, Transitions, Transportation

 

 

 

2 out of 3 School ChangeDownload as SVG, PNG, or JPG

Report:  Closing the Educational Stability Policy Gap (2017)

Description:  For students in foster care, two out of three school changes are protected by the provisions in FCA or ESSA.

 

 

 

Definition

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Report:  Closing the Educational Stability Policy Gap (2017)

Description:  When students transition from congregate care or other restrictive settings, they may not have a community school of origin under the ESSA definition.

 

At risk studentsDownload as SVG, PNG, or JPG

Report: Every Transition Counts (2016)

Description: Of the students in foster care who do change schools, 7th- 11th graders, black or hispanic middle and high school students, and high school males are at-risk for frequent school changes.

 

 

Placements and School Change

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Report:  Closing the Educational Stability Policy Gap (2017)

Description:  Students in foster care changes schools even more often than they change placements. For the typical student in foster care, two placements will have three corresponding school changes. Three placements results in five school changes, and five placements results in eight school changes. 

 

Half of StudentsDownload as SVG, PNG, or JPG

Report:  Closing the Educational Stability Policy Gap (2017)

Description:  Half of students transitioning from congregate care to family-like placements change schools in the middle of the school year.

Number of students in foster care graphic

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Report: Every Transition Counts (2016)

Description: The Number of Students in Foster Care Declined, The Percentage of Students in Foster Care Who Changed Schools Increased

 

 

35 Percent Students Change

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Report:  Closing the Educational Stability Policy Gap (2017)

Description:  Thirty five percent of students who are reunified with their families change schools in the middle of a school year, but FCA and ESSA protections only apply to the time students are in foster care.

 

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