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Jared Cooper, Generocity •

My name is Jared Cooper. I was arrested and thrown into the criminal justice system at 18 years old. Through fighting for my life and

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Katy Otto,

First-Of-Its-Kind Statewide Research Reveals How Fees Increase Recidivism and Trap Families in Debt

A new study led by a University of Miami researcher demonstrates how

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Jay Kimberley,

 On December 20th, 2022 Juvenile Law Center launched our Digital Youth Advocacy Toolkit. This resource offers downloadable templates and support to people looking to

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Christina K. Sorenson, Esq.,

The report by former Soros Fellow Christina K. Sorenson shines a light on the deficiencies in grievance procedures for youth in the system 


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Kenny Cooper & Aubri Juhasz, WHYY News •

The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services has reached a settlement agreement with the Clock Tower Schools, clearing the way for the entity to operate at

Former students may be eligible for compensatory education and cash payments.

Philadelphia, PA (January 18, 2022): Tonight, the Chester County Intermediate Unit (CCIU) approved a

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Maddie Hanna, The Philadelphia Inquirer •

Former students suing the Glen Mills Schools and local and state agencies over systemic abuse at the now-shuttered reform school have settled with the Chester