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The continuing success of effective juvenile crime prevention and deterrence depends on Congress strengthening the provisions of the JJDPA and providing the resources needed for states and...

The Campaign for a Presidential Youth Council is a bi-partisan, youth-led initiative, to establish a Presidential Youth Council, comprised of young Americans ages 16-24, to advise the President on...

What if we could ensure that every young person has the abilities, skills and mindset to be ready for life's opportunities and challenges?

Challenges & Solutions Facing First-Generation College Students


In the U.S., one in six young people ages 16 to 24 are not in school and are unemployed. This has tremendous consequences for these youth and their families--and for our nation as a whole.


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RT : Eli Northrup, : "Youthful Offender status was introduced in 1971 and hasn&;t been amended since 1980." It&;s time to revisit this status and create a new category for young adults age 19-25. https://t.co/3PxPQrm9AH

RT : Members of the Raise the Age campaign are at the State Assembly this morning to testify on the importance of record sealing and youthful offender status for young people! https://t.co/EpUcIAbi6v

RT : “The most effective leaders are lifelong learners.” Tracy Patterson of has kicked us off today at the ! https://t.co/8LMZVLOOl7