The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform is seeking applications for the 2019 School-Justice Partnerships and Diversion Pathways Certificate Program, which will be held September 23–27 in Washington, DC. This new field-based version of the training, held in partnership with the National Association of Counties, American Institutes for Research, and the National Center for Youth Opportunity and Justice, will focus on creating a safe and supportive school-climate; addressing exclusionary disciplinary policies; building cross-system partnerships; implementing school-based diversion programs; fostering trauma-informed classrooms; establishing the role of school resource officers; and disrupting school-justice pathways for youth with behavioral health needs.
The training will allow a total of seven multidisciplinary teams, of up to eight people each, from one state to jointly apply to hold the training locally. The selected state cluster will receive the five-day certificate program training and a capstone year technical assistance (TA) package.
CJJR will hold an informational call on Wednesday, April 17 from 4–5 p.m. ET. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more and apply. Applications are due by May 24.