Study: Juvenile justice System Fails to Educate Young Detainees

Study: Juvenile justice System Fails to Educate Young Detainees

April 17, 2014 | by David Slade | The Post and Courier

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The Atlanta-based Southern Education Foundation recently released a study detailing the ways in which juvenile justice systems across the south and the rest of the country might be failing to provide good education to detainees. The study examined different programs designed to educate juveniles in custody and suggests that every state reorganize their juvenile justice system to provide better and more consistent quality education.

The Atlanta-based Southern Education Foundation recently released a study detailing the ways in which juvenile justice systems across the south and the rest of the country might be failing to provide good education to detainees. The study examined different programs designed to educate juveniles in custody and suggests that every state reorganize their juvenile justice system to provide better and more consistent quality education.

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