This policy brief examines how youth in foster care, the juvenile justice system, and special education fare over time given the special challenges they face, paying particular attention to the effectiveness of programs designed to support these youth during their transition.
In his classic My Book about Me, Dr. Seuss encourages children to write and draw their own biographies. With a mix of serious (and seriously silly) “Yes” and “No” questions, fill-in-the-blanks, images to complete, and simple writing […]
Many juvenile justice officials are expressing a mix of confusion and apprehension about juvenile standards included in an act meant to protect prisoners from sexual violence at the hands of guards or other inmates. The […]
After years of controversy over its management of juvenile facilities and treatment of juvenile offenders, Youth Services International has surrendered its contracts with the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, as part of a lawsuit settlement […]