We are quick to judge and even quicker to anger when we hear about another failure related to the Department of Children and Families.
High-profile cases, such as that of 2-year-old Avalena Conway-Coxon, who died Aug. 15 while in foster care in Auburn, raise our collective consciousness long enough to hear that this time will be different. This time there will be real reform.
And we go back about our lives.
And nothing substantive changes.
And another child dies.
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