Ch 7 PPT - The Power of Education in Juvenile Justice...

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The Power of Education in Juvenile Justice Chapter 7
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Overview Juvenile Justice – Dead End or New Beginning? Education, Juvenile Justice, and Delinquency Concept of “Disconnection” School-Delinquency Link Delinquent Youth and Education-Related Disabilities Failures of Public Educational Intervention Systems Current Strategies in Correctional Education Programs
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Overview Continuing Barriers to Educational Success for Incarcerated Youth Guiding Principles for Effective Correctional Education Programs Climate of High Expectation for Success Clear and Focused Mission Safe and Orderly Environment Strong Instructional Leadership Opportunity to Learn and Time-on-task Frequent Monitoring of Student Progress
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Overview Guiding Principles for Effective Correctional Education Programs (cont.) Positive Cross-Program and Home-School Relations Success in Education Requires Building Partnerships
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Introduction Court-involved youth Alienation, failure, isolation, and dehumanization Educators believe in change Guiding principles Prosocial behaviors, decreased involvement in crime, increased academic ahceivment Interagency collaboration
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Juvenile Justice – Dead End or New Beginning? Zack and Toby Juvenile Justice Difficult to define Educators believe Youth can change and redirect their social predispositions, learnt to make healthier choices, and connect to their community without causing harm
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Education, Juvenile Justice, and Delinquency Achieve justice Cease defining intervention by past failures Reengage in meaningful experiences Begin by defining context
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Concept of “Disconnection” Numerous difficulties facing today’s youth Especially Hispanic and African American 50% of African American males age 16-24 do not have a job “Disconnectedness” Unemployed or not in school for a least a year 4.2% White, 11.9% Hispanic, and 17.1 % African American
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