Recognizing the importance of a high-quality workforce and the diversity of professionals who contribute to the well-being of children in foster care, the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoption Act of 2008 expanded the availability of enhanced federal Title IV-E training dollars to include private child welfare agencies, as well as court personnel, attorneys, guardian ad litems, and court appointed special advocates. Title IV-E training dollars could also be used to train prospective relative guardians in addition to foster and adoptive parents. 

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