CJJ Today

03
Jul

The Healing Quality of Restorative Circles for Young Offenders

Author: Magda A. Cabrero, Ed.D. in Education, Curriculum, Instruction & School Administration, is a retired educator from Fairfax County Public Schools in VA and now serves as a restorative justice facilitator for youth at Northern Virginia Mediation Service.

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12
Jun

Who was Really “Wilding”? When They See Us Highlights The Wrongful Conviction of Black Youth with Language and Learning Disorders

Author: Shameka Stanford, Ph,D., CCC-SLP/L, Juvenile Forensic Speech-Language Pathologist, Howard University

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15
May

Kansas Reduces Youth Confinement by 63% While Reinvesting $30 million in Evidence Based Programs

Kansas Reduces Youth Confinement by 63 % While Reinvesting $30 million in Evidence Based Programs

A new report shows that data-driven legislative reforms in Kansas have had more significant outcomes than the state anticipated.

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12
Mar

Black Girls in the Delinquency System: “Defiance” or Disorder?

Author: Shameka Stanford, Ph,D., CCC-SLP/L, Juvenile Forensic Speech-Language Pathologist, Howard University

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