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Jeff Rice, Penn State News •

Branch, now a Zubrow Fellow in Children’s Law at the Juvenile Law Center in Philadelphia, takes pride in the fact that he is proving that

Defense lawyer Kim Gordon submitted a brief on behalf of the Juvenile Law Center advocating for individualized sentencing for people who commit their first serious

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The Guam Daily Post •

The law brings Pennsylvania in line with 28 other states that allow foster kids to attend college tuition-free, said Nadia Mozaffar, an attorney with Juvenile

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John Finnerty, Daily Item •

“Young people in institutions across the Commonwealth are not safe or supported, nor do they receive an effective education,” said Kate Burdick, senior attorney at

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Juvenile Law Center, Education Law Center, My Social Good News •

“We have heard repeatedly – including from our youth advocates in Juveniles for Justice and Youth Fostering Change, and from young people at Glen Mills –

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Editorial Board, The Inquirer •

If the mark of an evolved society is how it treats its most vulnerable citizens, Pennsylvania is the equivalent of a Neanderthal. The most recent...

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Alex Rose, Delco Times •

Representatives from the Juvenile Law Center and Education Law Center – which filed one of the class-action lawsuits against Glen Mills – also applauded the

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Laurie Mason Schroeder, The Morning Call •

The law brings Pennsylvania in line with 28 other states that allow foster kids to attend college tuition-free, said Nadia Mozaffar, an attorney with Juvenile

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Andrea Sears, Public News Service •

A new law gives young people in Pennsylvania's foster-care system a real chance to get a college education.

Kids in foster care face obstacles to

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Matthew T. Mangino, Crestview News Bulletin •

The Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association is alright with the death penalty. “If the death penalty is abolished, that would have a very real effect on