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Introduction A Attention-Getter 1 Jack was a 5 year old kid when he was put in to our foster home Iwill never forget this kid I was 3 years older than him But I could seethe pain and suffering this kid had been trough at such a young age Hismother was and alcoholic and father was addicted to cocaine Waking upto his parents fighting again he smelled trails of blood scowled thehallway to his parents room find his mother dead and his father hand onthe weapon asking jack to the same to himB Present The Event This brings me to the flaws in the adoption agencies an also among ourselfs as a nation to adoptC Establish the Significance of the Event According to estimates there are over 100000 children in foster homesacross the US who are possibly still wishing to be adopted today 40are African Americans 40 are Caucasian and 12 Latino and the restmixIt was said that no one really knows how long these kids are going to bestuck in the system maybe till they age out at age of 18 By eachdwindling year that passes it is very unlikely D Thesis Statement As a result we must do something to make adoption easier and better inthe United States E Preview Main Points 1 Whats wrong with the US Adoption System2 Why its all messed up3 What can we do to fix it or what to do to make adoption easier inthe USII BodyA Whats wrong with the US Adoption System1 One of the systems major flaws is that agencies are financiallyrewarded for keeping children in foster care a Each day a child remains in foster care the agencies overseeing hisor her case collects a stipend typically between 7 and 21 sometimesmuch more which ends when a child goes to live with adoptive parents b Agencies and foster parents then lose sight of what their there foror never had good
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