This publication from the CSG Justice Center and the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy provides a roadmap of six innovative strategies that states and localities can follow to make sweeping changes to their juvenile justice systems.
This slide deck from Bellwether Education Partners analyzes education opportunity in juvenile justice schools based on civil rights data collected by the Office for Civil Rights, a division of the U.S. Department of Education.
This fact sheet from The Sentencing Project examines trends in female incarceration from 1980 to 2016.
In this policy brief, John H. Laub and Ron Haskins suggest a number of policies that could help children with incarcerated parents and children in foster care.
This issue of The Future of Children proposes solutions to mitigating the effects of the justice system on children and youth.
This publication from the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare explores the impact and implications of the intersection of child welfare and criminal justice involvement on families.
This report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation presents a vision for transforming juvenile probation into a focused intervention that promotes personal growth, positive behavior change, and long-term success for youth who pose significant risks for committing serious crimes.
This report from Bellwether Education Partners makes the case that the education system can serve as an effective through-line for children and youth experiencing traumatic life experiences by using two key levers for change: continuity of people and continuity of information.
This report from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights is a result of data collected related to key education and civil rights issues for the 2015–16 school year from virtually every public school in the country through the Civil Rights Data Collection.
This brief from the National Center for Juvenile Justice provides specific examples of how juvenile probation administrators can use aggregate data to improve practices and monitor system improvements.