Documents & Publications
2009-2010 Annual Report
2008-2009 Annual Report
2007-2008 Annual Report
2006-2007 Annual Report
2005-2006 Annual Report
2004-2005 Annual Report
2003-2004 Annual Report
2002-2003 Annual Report
2001-2002 Annual Report
2000-2001 Annual Report
1999-2000 Annual Report
Quality Assurance Standards
2008-2009 Day Treatment QA Standards
2008-2009 Detention Center QA Standards
2008-2009 Residential Commitment Programs QA Standards
2009-2010 Day Treatment QA Standards
2009-2010 Detention Center QA Standards
2009-2010 Residential Commitment Programs QA Standards
Education, Employment and Recidivism: a Review of the Literature; Chapter 5, 2006 Annual Report
Incarcerated Delinquent Youths: educational deficiencies and related best practices; Chapter 6, 2005 Annual Report
Teacher Retention and Qualifications; Chapter 5, 2005 Annual Report
Crime in the Life Course; Chapter 7, 2003 Annual Report
Articles and Books
Thomas G. Blomberg, William D. Bales, Alex R. Piquero. “Is Educational Achievement a Turning Point for Incarcerated Delinquents Across Race and Sex?” Journal of Youth and Adolesence. 41.2 (2012): 202-216.
Blomberg, Thomas G., William D. Bales, Karen Mann, Alex R. Piquero, and Richard A. Berk. “Incarceration, Education and Transition from Delinquency.” Journal of Criminal Justice. 39.4 (2011): 355-365.
Wang, X, Blomberg, T., and Li, S. D. (2005). Comparison of the Educational Deficiencies of Delinquent and Non-delinquent Students. Evaluation Review. 29 (4).
Evaluation Review (2002) Volume 26, (3)
Blomberg, T., and Waldo, G. Implementing an Evaluation Research and Accountability-Driven System for Juvenile Justice Education in Florida.
Blomberg, T. and Waldo, G. Integrating Research, Policy, and Practice in Juvenile Justice Education.
Blomberg, T. and Waldo, G. Evaluation Research, Policy, and Politics.
Chester,D., Tracy, J., Earp, E., and Chauhan, R. Correlates of Quality Educational Programs.
Major, A., Chester, D., McEntire, R., Waldo, G., and Blomberg, T. (2002). Pre-, Post-, and Longitudinal Evaluation of Juvenile Justice Education.
Pesta, G., Respress, T., Major, A., Arazan, C., and Coxe, T. Evaluation Research and Quality Assurance.
Winokur, K., Li, S., and McEntire, R. Data Integration in the Evaluation of Juvenile Justice Education.
Blomberg, T., Waldo, G., and Yeisley, M. (Eds) (2001). Data-Driven Juvenile Justice Education. National Juvenile Detention Association, Richmond, KY.
Blomberg, T., Blomberg, J., Waldo, G., Pesta, G., and Bellows, J. (2001). Juvenile Justice Education, No Child Left Behind, and the National Collaboration Project, Corrections Today, Volume 63.
Correctional Education Past, Present and Future; Leadership Forum: Education in Corrections and Juvenile Justice. March 12, 2007: Annapolis
Educational Achievement, School Attendance, and Rearrest Among Incarcerated Youth; American Society of Criminology Conference. November 1, 2006: Los Angeles
Education, Post Release Return to School, Employment and Crime Desistance Among Incarcerated Youth; American Society of Criminology Conference. November 3, 2006: Los Angeles
Community Reintegration: Outcomes of Released Juvenile Justice Students; The Juvenile Justice Education Institute and Southern Conference on Corrections. July 19, 2006: Orlando
Florida’s Juvenile Justice Teachers: Qualifications and Retention; The Juvenile Justice Education Institute and Southern Conference on Correction July 21, 2006: Orlando