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JJ/SE Shared Agenda & Tools for Success

 

TOOLS FOR PROMOTING EDUCATIONAL SUCCESS AND REDUCING DELINQUENCY (complete program)

Cover Page

Table of Contents

Introduction

 

STEP 1. Pre-School Early Intervention: Birth Through Age 5

Al's Pals: Kids Making Health Choices

Dare to Be You

First Step to Success

Incredible Years Training Series

Second Step: Violence Prevention Curriculum

 

STEP 2. Universal Interventions

Active Supervision

Developing a Link Between School and Community

Developing a Link Between School and Home

Direct Instruction of Academic Skills

Error Correction

Explicit Social Skills Instruction

Peer Tutoring

Praise for Desired Behavior

 

STEP 3. Targeted Interventions

A Team to Mobilize and Manage Resources for Learning Supports

Engaging Students as Learners

Family Support

Literacy and Math Interventions for Struggling Students

Reconnecting Youth

Self-Determination for At-Risk Youth

 

STEP 4. Intensive Interventions

Behavior Objective Sequence (BOS)

IDEA Partnership Community of Practice (CoP) Seed Grant in New Hampshire

Developmental Therapy Objections Rating Form (DTORF)

Life Space Crisis Intervention (LSCI)

Multisystemic Therapy (MST)

Systems of Care (SOC)

The Wraparound Process

 

STEP 5. Transition from School to Post- School Activities

Bridges from School to Work

Community Transition Program (C-Tran)

High School/High Tech (HS/HT)

Transition Toolkit for Systems Improvement

 

STEP 6. Children in the Child Welfare System

AB 490: A Legislative Model for Addressing Educational Equity

Broward County Model : A Promising Model for Interagency Agreements

Creating Trauma Sensitive School Cultures

Endless Dreams: Building Educational Support for Youth in Foster Care

Fresno County Model : A Promising Model for Interagency Collaboration

It's My Life: Postsecondary Education and Training

Legislative Approaches Promoting Educational Success of Children in Foster Care

Linking the Interests of Families and Teachers (LIFT)

Mythbusting: Breaking Down Confidentiality and Decision-Making Barriers

 

STEP 7. Court-Involved Youth

CASASTART - S

Dawn Project

Educational Advocacy Program

LifeSkills™ Training (LST)

Pen Or Pencil

Strengthening Families Program (SFP)

Truancy Intervention Project Georgia (TIP)

 

STEP 8. Youth in Juvenile Justice Facilities

Discipline with Dignity (DWD)

Futures Channel Digital Video Resource Library (DVRL)

Guided Language Acquisition Design (GLAD)

Pathfinder Program

Promoting Family Involvement

School-Wide Behavioral Management

Staff Development for Educators of Confined Youth

 

STEP 9. School Re-enrollment and Transition from Juvenile Justice Facilities

Aftercare for Indiana through Mentoring (AIM)

Arizona Detention Transition Project (ADTP)

Juvenile Education Initiative (JEdI)

Juvenile Re-entry Action Plan (JRAP)

Maine Reintegration Teams

Merging Two Worlds (M2W)

Nashua Youth Re-entry Project (NYRP)

Project SUPPORT

Virginia Legislation: School Re-enrollment After Release from Custody

 

APPENDICES

Appendix A. JJ/Special Education Shared Agenda Project CONTRIBUTORS

Appendix B. Criteria for "Best", "Promising" And "Emerging" Practices

Appendix C. National Collection Sites for Model Programs & Interventions

Appendix D. Resources for Evaluating Evidence-Based Practices

Appendix E. Reference List

 

 

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