Juvenile Law Center

Cost of Justice|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

December 30, 2017

California Won't Jail Children for Being Poor. Will Other States Follow?

Nila Bala, NewsWeek

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Access to Education|Ending Solitary Confinement|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

December 24, 2017

'What If This Were Your Kid?'

Molly McCluskey, The Atlantic

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Cost of Justice|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

December 22, 2017

DOJ cuts ‘outdated’ Obama era ‘guidance documents,’ criticized by Juvenile Law activists

Red Diogenes, GlobalDispatch.com

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Cost of Justice|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

December 22, 2017

Sessions Rescinds Two Juvenile Justice Guidances, “Retires” OJJDP’s Online College

John Kelly, The Chronicle of Social Change

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Access to Counsel|Child Welfare and Foster Care

December 20, 2017

Three changes that will help foster children in Pa. succeed in school

Maura McInerney & Kate Burdick, philly.com

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Child Welfare and Foster Care

December 18, 2017

Report: Adolescents in Foster Care Have Real Developmental Needs

Andrea Sears, Public News Service

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Access to Education|Child Welfare and Foster Care

December 15, 2017

Tweet Chat on Education and Youth in Foster Care: Monday, December 18

John Kelly, The Chronicle of Social Change

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Ending Solitary Confinement|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

December 08, 2017

Janes: How Gov. Scott Walker can reform Wisconsin's youth prisons

Linda S. Janes, The Journal Sentinel

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Juvenile and Criminal Justice|Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP)

December 07, 2017

Living With Murder

Samantha Broun and Jay Allison, Transom.org

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Ending Solitary Confinement|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

December 06, 2017

Wisconsin prosecutors face challenge with Lincoln Hills case, Attorney General Brad Schimel says

Patrick Marley, The Journal Sentinel

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