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Contact: Jesslyn Chew
University of Missouri-Columbia

Clark Peters, Assistant Professor in the MU School of Social Work, Truman School of Public Affairs

Caption: Clark Peters says young people in foster care need financial education and matched savings programs before they leave the system so they can become successful, self-sufficient adults.

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