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The 11th Annual Juvenile Justice Education Institute and Southern Conference on Corrections : Juvenile Justice No Child Left Behind Collaboration Project

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Successful Transitions: Empowering Youth to Achieve
The 11th Annual Juvenile Justice Education Institute and Southern Conference on Corrections

July 29–31, 2008 • Tampa, Florida

The 2008 Juvenile Justice Education Institute and Southern Conference on Corrections solicited presenters for a national strand of sessions that addressed research, policy, and practice in the areas of juvenile justice education across the nation. The presenters came from various states to share information regarding other juvenile justice systems and assist us in gathering information for the Juvenile Justice NCLB Collaboration Project.

Conference Program

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Alabama

Dr. John Stewart
“Juvenile Justice Student Release: Alabama’s Successful Transition and Collaboration”
PowerPoint Presentation

California

Brian Uslan
“Redesigning Accountability in California’s Juvenile Court and Alternative Schools”
PowerPoint Presentation

Florida (Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research Overview of Research Projects)

Colby Valentine
“The Juvenile Justice No Child Left Behind (NCLB)Collaboration Project”
PowerPoint Presentation

Indiana

Dr. Susan Lockwood
“Indiana's Transition to School Initiative”
PowerPoint Presentation

Massachusetts

Shirley Gilfether
“JJPD -Juvenile Justice Professional Development: Empowering Teachers, Inspiring Students.”
PowerPoint Presentation