Tools to Assist You In Improving Education For Court-Involved Youth

Sophie Prown, American Bar Association •

mplementing the goals outlined in the LCFCE and LCYJE Blueprints will strengthen the ties between systems and advocates to jointly support the success of court-involved youth in school. Technical assistance for implementation is offered by both Blueprints. They can work within a jurisdiction to determine the assets and barriers that exist in order to formulate solutions for implementation. With the ABA’s endorsement comes a strong call to action for legal professionals to advocate for the incorporation of these policies and practices to support the educational success of court-involved youth.

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