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National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges

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Excerpt from website Continuing the efforts of the Federal Supportive School Discipline Initiative, the U.S. Departments of Justice and Education* are pleased to announce the next event in the 2014 Supportive School Discipline (SSD) Webinar Series. T ...

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Are our children being pushed into prison?

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OrganizationCommunity Coalition

The Council of State Governments (CSG) released a groundbreaking report, Breaking Schools’ Rules, in 2011, which documented the negative impacts that suspension or expulsion from Texas public schools have on students. The CSG report revealed a large “huma ...

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OrganizationTexas Appleseed

In 2005-2006, juvenile justice professionals in Pennsylvania’s 67 counties were assessed to determine their current aftercare practices. As a result of this assessment, this Toolkit was written in 2006 to address one of their main areas of concern: helpin ...

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OrganizationEducation Law Center - PA

The National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice, in partnership with the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and Futures Without Violence, will present \"Emerging Opportunities to Use Medicaid to Support Trauma Services in Sch ...

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OrganizationThe National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Just...

Disciplining students, particularly those with chronic or serious behavior problems, is a longstanding challenge for educators. They must balance the needs of the school community and those of the individual student. At the heart of this challenge is the ...

Hoopa Valley Tribal Court

Hoopa is located within Humboldt County in California, and is served by Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified, which consists of 9 schools serving 1,033 students (81.1% American Indian). SJP Initiatives: Development of an Action Plan addressing four of the mos ...

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Kentucky

Campbell County Campbell County has a total of 8 public school districts, and consists of 32 schools serving 11,164 students. SJP Initiatives: Implementation of school resource officer and crisis intervention training across school personnel; increase ...

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Mecklenburg County

Mecklenburg County has a total of 13 public school districts, and consists of 186 schools (175 of which are part of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools) serving 142,318 students. SJP Initiatives: Development of a S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Manageable, Achievable, ...

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Our children attend Chicago Public Schools, and in 2003 we came together —African-American and Latino parents and grandparents—around shared experiences and concerns. Our schools have one of the highest rates of suspension in the nation, and African-Ameri ...

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OrganizationParents Organized to Win, Educate and Renew-Policy Acti...

For schools and districts across the U.S., family engagement (1) is rapidly shifting from a low-priority recommendation to an integral part of education reform efforts. Family engagement has long been enshrined in policy at the federal level through Title ...

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Excerpt from website This Webinar was the fourth in NDTAC's 2012-2013 Webinar series, Tailoring Academic and Behavioral Support Services for Youth. NDTAC Director Simon Gonsoulin opened the Webinar with an overview of NDTAC’s work and the context o ...

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OrganizationNational Evaluation and Technical Assistance Center (ND...
Sacramento County

Sacramento County has a total of 15 public school districts, and consists of 378 schools serving 235,343 students. SJP Initiatives: Development and implementation of projects addressing school arrests and referrals to the juvenile court, including (1) ...

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As scrutiny of the relationship between law enforcement agencies and the communities they're charged with protecting continues – heightened following the deaths of Michael Brown, Eric Garner and Tamir Rice, among others, at the hands of police – some are ...

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Journal or PublicationU.S. News and World Report
Targeted Violence in Schools: Understanding Mental Health and Managing the Risks

Over the last several years, various communities have suffered incidents of targeted violence in schools and colleges. Communities such as Newtown, Connecticut; Santa Barbara, California; Columbine, Colorado; Paducah, Kentucky; Blacksburg, Virginia (Virgi ...

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Journal or PublicationThe Police Chief
Tehama County

Tehama County has a total of 20 public school districts, and consists of 52 schools serving 10,786 students. Lead Judge: Hon. Matthew C. McGlynn.

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The School Discipline Consensus Report: Strategies from the Field to Keep Students Engaged in School and Out of the Juvenile Justice System

RESEARCH AND DATA ON SCHOOL DISCIPLINE practices are clear: millions of students are being removed from their classrooms each year, mostly in middle and high schools, and overwhelmingly for minor misconduct. When suspended, these students are at a signif ...

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OrganizationJustice Center The Council of State Governments
Tippecanoe County

Tippecanoe County has a total of 6 public school districts, and consists of 35 schools serving 21,232 students. SJP Initiatives: Development of a new and improved inventory system. Consideration of data sharing agreements between agencies. Involvement ...

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Excerpt from website This 90-minute Webinar, the seventh in a series from the Supportive School Discipline Initiative, examines the impact of exposure to trauma on student behavior, discusses how some discipline responses can traumatize or re-traum ...

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Trauma Information Pamphlet for Teachers

Traumatic events cause terror, intense fear, horror, helplessness, and physical stress reactions (for example, heart beating fast, strong startle, stomach dropping, shakiness). The impact of these events does not simply go away when they are over. Instead ...

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OrganizationTrauma Psychiatry Program UCLA

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