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On Dec. 12, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) convened the first-ever Senate hearing on ending the “school-to-prison pipeline." Assistant Education Secretary ...
Youth unemployment is at the highest level since World War II. A Casey Foundation report looks at what we know and what works, and we break it down.
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For many incarcerated girls, detention may be the only time they interact with the health care system. But the health care provided to children, and girls in ...
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Crossover youth is more than the latest buzzword in the often jargon-filled lexicon of juvenile justice. Instead, the term reflects a growing understanding of the ...
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Across our country, children are being funneled through the juvenile justice system. The majority of these children have no real understanding of the court processes ...
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This video explains how the effective programs from Reclaiming Futures help improve the odds for youth in the justice system.
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It's hard to sum up a year's worth of work in four minutes, but that's exactly what a group of young people from the juvenile justice system did this ...
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October 4, 2012 More About Girls
A new report reviews the structural gender bias of U.S. juvenile justice systems.
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Childhood exposure to violence - conventional crime, child maltreatment, sexual victimization, and community family and school violence - is pervasive in the U.S.
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Community Coalition's infographic on the pipeline to prison is stirring up conversation about how we frame the dynamics that lead to high incarceration rates in ...
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In juvenile justice circles, things are seen to be improving: Youth prisons are closing. Mental health screenings are becoming standard. Right-to-counsel for young ...
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Goldman Sachs is investing almost $10 million in a government program to reduce recidivism rates among adolescent men.
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The Supreme Court ruled that mandatory life without parole for juveniles convicted of murder is unconstitutional. But the court left little guidance for states on ...