In 6 years, 844 children died after their families were reported for mistreating a child. Many died suspiciously or from neglect. Most of their lives and deaths went unnoticed. The article explains five ways Georgia reforms failed children: inadequate training, records remain closed, abusers still get away, unanswered pleas, fatality review ignored.
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