The National Center on Education, Disability and Juvenile Justice
  
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   The National Center on Education, Disability and Juvenile Justice

 

 

EDJJ examines the overrepresentation of youth with disabilities at-risk for contact with the courts or already involved in the juvenile delinquency system. We provide professional development and technical assistance, conduct research and disseminate resources in three areas of national significance: prevention of school failure and delinquency, education and special education for detained and committed youth, and transition services for youth returning to schools and communities.

What's New

JJ/SE Shared Agenda & Tools for Success

Designed for teachers and administrators, Tools for Success includes research-based effective practices for meeting the needs of children and youth in their schools, including early identification and intervention.

New CDC Reports

April 2007 CDC Reports on outcomes of transfering juveniles to adult jurisdictions. Four reports available for download.

 

EDJJ NOTES is a free Internet newsletter with timely and
significant reports on programs and practices for youth with
disabilities involved with the justice system. Click here for
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EDJJ is Funded by
 

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Special Education Programs

 

 


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Last Modified Monday, April 30, 2007

Please email EDJJ with any questions and/or comments
University of Maryland, 1224 Benjamin Building College Park, MD 20742
Phone (301) 405-6462 Fax (301) 314-5757

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