Pennsylvania Foster Kids Will Be Able to Attend College Tuition-Free In 2020. But the Law Could Be Even Stronger, Advocates Say

Sarah Anne Hughes, Pennsylvania Capital-Star •

The provision was removed to make the bill more palatable, Nadia Mozaffar, a staff attorney at the Juvenile Law Center in Philadelphia who helped draft the legislation, told the Capital-Star. It’s something the center still supports.

“We know that even after tuition and fees are waived there’s still a lot of unmet financial need that people in foster care face,” she said.

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