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Georgia earning a name for justice in a new way

Juvenile justice findings you may have missed

By The Center for Public Integrity

Tennessee GOP leader drafts bill to ensure accused truants get attorneys

By Susan Ferriss

Juvenile facilities strive to foster ‘family engagement’

California takes on harsh discipline and academic inequities for black, Latino students

By Susan Ferriss

Suit against Kern County schools alleges disproportionate discipline for minorities

By Susan Ferriss

Children's rights groups urge Defense program to stop giving school cops military hardware

By Susan Ferriss

L.A. schools program aims to keep kids out of courts

By Susan Ferriss

L.A. judge objects to school police getting millions reserved for struggling students

By Susan Ferriss

States urged to embrace alternatives to school discipline criminalizing kids

By Susan Ferriss

State Senate leader reacts to Center report, urging counsel for truants

By Susan Ferriss

Lawsuit: Low-income students assigned too much 'work experience' or free time instead of classes they need

By Susan Ferriss

Tennessee Supreme Court declines to review case featured in Center report

By Susan Ferriss

Juvenile injustice: truants face courts, jailing without legal counsel to aid them

By Susan Ferriss

Abuse in court? Deputy strikes boy in court, boy charged with assault

By Susan Ferriss

New report ranks best, worst states for kids of all ethnicities

By Susan Ferriss

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