How can DCF improve?
The deaths of four small children in just one month brought renewed scrutiny to Florida's Department of Children and Families (DCF). Now a Miami Herald investigation has uncovered at least another 16 children who died even though DCF had been involved with their families. DCF's Interim Secretary Esther Jacobo, pictured, says she has a demoralized workforce and that the solution isn't as simple as "pull more, pull less or throw more money."
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