Format: 2014-07-24
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Check out these November events on breastfeeding in Florida and Los Angeles.
From its very beginnings, JJDPA has supported-- and continues to support-- state and local to efforts to prevent juvenile delinquency.
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Expert Ben Castleman on ways to engage first-generation students once they are in college.
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This report from ACT, Inc. and the Council for Opportunity in Education examines the college and career readiness of first-generation college students in the U.S.
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Youth Advocate Programs, Inc.'s Shaena Fazal makes the case for the JJDPA for all core issues in the justice system for youth.
As a high school senior, Skyler Lopez, 18, wasn’t sure he was college material. He changed his mind after a campaign to encourage low-income and would-be ...
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Chicago's poster child high school for school violence is making news as a turnaround school, where staff do everything in their power to build a community of ...
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What we learned from our first few Google+ Hangout On Air experiences: the next wave of online engagement.
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Youth: global agents of change. 
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Here are the stories of 4 powerful young leaders who bring unique ideas into justice reform efforts -- and have succeeded in part because adults supported them in ...
The Oasis Resource Center in Tennessee helps low-income, first-generation college students succeed with quality mentoring and opportunities for interaction.
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Boston youth partner with city officials to launch an Instagram-inspired online platform to help Boston youth find, share and rate the healthiest foods in the city.
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How community-based alternative programs are improving racial disparities in Ventura County, CA.
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New York City teens: Join WNYC’s Radio Rookies live chat on policing and make your own message to the new New York City Mayor!
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What moves Members of Congress when they’re undecided on an issue? What’s the best way to have an impact on your Representative or Senator? The answers ...