The goal of this policy brief is to provide state and local policymakers as well as education and juvenile justice leaders with information about how they can use requirements under ESSA to improve education and workforce outcomes for youth in long-term juvenile justice facilities.
Leveraging the Every Student Succeeds Act to Improve Educational Services in Juvenile Justice Facilities (2018)
The Blueprint for Change: Education Success for Youth in the Juvenile Justice System presents 10 goals that set forth the broad framework for promoting education success for young people involved in the juvenile justice system.
A video with experts discussing policy trends in correctional education and training with reentry opportunities that promote economic success.
Building Brighter Futures: Tools for Improving Academic and Career/Technical Education in the Juvenile Justice System: A Pennsylvania Example
This publication examines one initiative showing success in combating the problem of juvenile justice students struggling in school or dropping out.
Supporting Second Chances: Education and Employment Strategies for People Returning from Correctional Facilities
This brief highlights strategies for strengthening education and employment pathways for youth and adults returning from correctional facilities.
This webinar explains: what health literacy has to do with accessing health care.
This report informs corrections education professionals as they provide technologies to strengthen and expand educational and reentry services.
How Effective is Correctional Education, and Where Do We Go from Here? The Results of a Comprehensive Evaluation
This study examines the effectiveness of correctional education for adults and for juveniles, and the challenges associated with this programming.
This report focuses on five guiding principles for providing high-quality education in juvenile justice secure care settings.
This webinar discuss key strategies for providing high-quality education for youth in confinement, and successfully transition to community schools.