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From the ECS State Policy Database: Special Populations--Corrections Education - This policy database—updated weekly—is made possible by your state's fiscal support of the Education Commission of the States....

Juvenile Records: A National Review of State Laws on Confidentiality, Sealing and Expungement - Although juvenile court has been viewed as a court celebrating second chances, many states fail to protect juvenile records. A state-by-state analysis of laws concerning public access to juvenile records, this report also provides a national overview and proposes standards to mitigate collateral consequences of exposure. (Riya Saha Shah and Lauren Fine, Juvenile Law Center, November 2014)...

Developing Effective Education in Department of Juvenile Justice and other Dropout Prevention Programs: Annual Report 2009-2010 - This report is the 2011 annual report on the state's progress toward developing effective educational programs for juvenile delinquents and the extent to which each school districts’ dropout prevention and academic intervention programs has been successful in the areas of graduation rate, dropout rate, attendance rate, and retention/promotion rate. (Florida Department of Education, 2011)...

Juvenile Justice Students Face Barriers to High School Graduation and Job Training - This is the second of two reports that examine educational services for students in Florida's Department of Juvenile Justice. Two questions are answered by the report: (1) Do high school students make reasonable academic progress while in juvenile justice programs? (2) What percentage of these students receive GEDs and job skills training and what are the barriers students face in receiving these services? (OPPAGA, Florida Legislature, October 2010)...


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