The QIC-WD and other Children’s Bureau partners recently convened state child welfare and human resources leaders from 29 states to discuss their concerns about the child welfare workforce. This blog post highlights their concerns and the strategies they're using to reduce turnover and improve the applicant pool. 

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The Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development (QIC-WD) is dedicated to understanding how to improve child workforce outcomes. Ultimately, improvements in workforce outcomes can lead to enhanced child and family outcomes for state and tribal child welfare systems.