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Webinar: Helping Parents Advocate for the Educational Needs and Transition of Their Children in the Juvenile Justice System

The education of children in the juvenile justice system is a primary concern for juvenile justice administrators. Performance-based Standards (PbS) includes some outcome measures in the April and October data collections and the new reentry standards will focus much more attention on education as a key part of building competencies and skills that will keep youth out of the juvenile justice system. During this webinar, Professor of Law Joseph Tulman shared tools to help parents become better advocates for the educational needs of youth in the juvenile justice system and how to make sure those needs and vocational or career opportunities are woven into their reentry plans.

You can watch a recording of the webinar here, and follow the links below to find the resources referenced throughout Professor Tulman’s presentation.

Resources

Monday, September 16, 2019 at 3:25 PM