Format: 2014-09-20
brains
We've come a long way since the "superpredator" stereotype. More states are using brain science to guide rehabilitation, supported by the JJDPA. Micah ...
Alex Wirth
We have both a significant problem and an opportunity from the 5.8 million young people who are neither enrolled in school or in work, says youth leader Alex Wirth.
Michelle Obama
The First Lady announced a focus on improving college completion among first-generation and low-income students. What should she focus on?
quote photo kid
Hangout with Richard Ross and his powerful images of juvenile justice as he discusses photojournalists' imperative to not only document social injustice but to move ...
radio
In the US, 2,500 young people are currently serving life sentences without parole. This radio show brings four experts together to discuss the issue.
cjca logo
A review of the JJDPA's impact over the past 40 years.
2013 SIYAC
Youth of Iowa partner with public health departments and organizations to make change to bullying in their state.
Sharilyn Cano
The impact of sequestration—the across-the-board cuts to discretionary spending done without discretion—instituted huge cuts that impacted everyday ...
JID
SparkAction joined the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange (JJIE) and experts in the juvenile indigent defense movement to discuss the challenges and reforms of ...
youth
A resource that will makes it easier (and more engaging) than ever to get in-depth feature stories and vetted data covering a range of critical issues in the juvenile ...