The National Center on Education, Disability and Juvenile Justice
  
border-06.gif
border-06-02.gif





  
EDJJ Notes

The National Center on Education, Disability and Juvenile Justice
 

Febuary 2005
Volume 4 Number 1

Resource for Serving Students with Disabilities in Short-Term Detention; Assessing the Effects of Foster Care: Early Results from the Casey National Alumni Study; Pathfinder Education Program: Lancaster County, Nebraska Detention Center; In Their Own Words

June 2004
Volume 3 Number 3

In the News: Suspension, Race, and Disability in Maryland; Establishing and Maintaining Quality Education Programs in Juvenile Corrections; Resources for Parents: The Technical Assistance Alliance; Research to Practice: Research-Based Practices; From Youth in Corrections: Time Ticks Away; EDJJ National Conference

January 2004
Volume 3 Number 2

The Policy of Prosecuting Juvenile Offenders as Adults: A Summary of Key Issues; Youth Transition From a Secure Care Facility; Research to Practice: Self-Management

October 2003
Volume 3 Number 1
The Effects of School and Class Size on Students: Implications for the Design of Correctional Facilities; The Job Satisfaction of Georgia's Juvenile Justice Teachers; Issues Concerning Education and Incarceration; Research to Practice: Self-Management

June 2003
Volume 2 Number 4
School characteristics related to the use of suspension; EDJJ Professional Development Series, Research to Practice: Grouping for instruction

March 2003
Volume 2 Number 3
In the News: Immaturity and Juvenile Offenders; Mt. McKinley School Reform Efforts; Research to Practice: Grouping for Instruction; Book Review: Legacy of the Blue Heron: Living With Learning Disabilities; Parents: Supporting Parents of Youth with Mental Health

January 2003
Volume 2 Number 2
In the News: Arizona Detention Transition Project; Current EDJJ Research: Youth Transition; Research to Practice: Technology-Based Practices for Youth with LD; EDJJ National Videoconference; Working with Upset Parents

October 2002
Volume 2 Number 1
In the News: In the News: High Academic Performance in High Poverty Schools; Girls, Crime, and the Juvenile Justice System; Research to Practice: Teacher Collaboration; Conference Calendar

June 2002
Volume 1 Number 5
In the News: Kentucky Center for Safe Schools Report; Spotlight: Dorm Libraries, Bridge City Correctional Center, New Orleans, LA; Parents and Advocates: Play by the Rules: Alabama Laws for Youth; Research to Practice: Promoting Conceptual Knowledge in Math; Transition: Best and Promising Practices For Youth in Long-Term Correctional Facilities; Your Letters)

March 2002
Volume 1 Number 4
Mental Health and Juvenile Justice; Transition: Best and Promising Practice for Short-Term Jails and Detention Centers; Spotlight: Karl Dennis, Executive Director, Kaleidoscope, Inc.; Research to Practice: Teaching Devices; Organizations Providing Information and Support on Learning Disabilities; Your Letters: Supporting Youth in Need of Supervision

January 2002
Volume 1 Number 3
Characteristics of Youth and Educational Programming in Juvenile Corrections; Wraparound Milwaukee; Research to Practice: Notetaking; Parents and Families: Parent Participation and IEP's

November 2001
Volume 1 Number 2
Resilience and Incarcerated Youth; Promoting Literacy in Corrections; Supporting Youth at Arrest; Prevention of Youth Aggression and Violence; Your Letters

September 2001
Volume 1 Number 1
Juvenile Transfers to Criminal Court in Florida; Direct Instruction in Corrections; Accessing Educational Services; Spotlight: Dr. Edna O'Connor; Education Director; Oak Hill Youth Center; Your Letters

To subscribe to EDJJ Notes click here.

NOTE: If you have trouble subscribing using this link, simply send an e-mail to Majordomo@majordomo.umd.edu, with the subject field blank and the words "subscribe edjjnotes" in the body of the e-mail.

 


Last Modified Monday, February 2, 2004

Questions and/or comments should be sent to EDJJ
edjj@umail.umd.edu
University of Maryland, 1224 Benjamin Building College Park, MD 20742
Phone (301) 405-6462 Fax (301) 314-5757