Please join the National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice (NCMHJJ) and the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) on Tuesday, February 9, at 3:00 p.m., Eastern Standard Time (EST), for the second in a four-part webinar series on school-based juvenile justice diversion models for youth with behavioral health needs. The series provides guidance on the essential components of effective school-based diversion
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Join this free summit, via phone or webcast, to learn practical examples and methods that can be brought into our schools to improve our children's lives, setting them up for success not just academically, but also relationally and emotionally.
The conference trains adults who serve youth to create safe, healthy, caring, and intellectually empowering educational environments that foster the well-being of all children and adolescents. In these presentations, participants learn about current research-based educational programs and strategies, which empower young people to overcome at-risk conditions that may threaten their safety, health, emotional needs, or academic achievement.
The 105th International Association for Truancy and Dropout Prevention (IATDP) Annual Conference will be held in Memphis, TN, October 25th-28th at the Memphis Sheraton Downtown.
The top leaders in child welfare, juvenile justice and family law are coming to Monterey. Join the national community of child and family advocates who work together to make this country a better place for kids and parents.
On July 30th at 3:00pm EDT, ED will host a google hangout with experts to discuss “The Hidden Cost of Suspension.”
The First Annual Educational Justice Conference, “Connecting with the Diverse and Underrepresented Youth of Today,” empowers caring and committed educational justice leaders and teachers for K-12 schools by highlighting best practices and innovative models.
Participants will learn about research-based school climate and instructional guidelines, “best practices”, and resources.
Making Connections webinar designed to provide practical recommendations for effectively using school climate data to support school turnaround efforts and improve conditions for learning. Participants will have an opportunity to interact with researchers and practitioners
This session aims to provide effective and comprehensive programs and policy alternatives for reversing the school-to-prison pipeline that better address the root causes and systemic trends and factors that minority youth face in and outside of the school system.
Open to grantmakers only: The recent events in Ferguson, MO, and elsewhere have roused a national discussion on race and the justice system. Join to discuss the role that grant makers can play in efforts to address racial bias and inequity and promote racial justice in policies and practices.
This webinar will focus on the tools, strategies, and supports policymakers and practitioners can use to implement the recommendations described in the CSG Justice Center’s School Discipline Consensus Report: Strategies from the Field to Keep Students Engaged in School and out of the Juvenile Justice System.
The U.S. Departments of Justice, Education, and Health and Human Services will host this webinar on resources that support effective data collection and analysis, the sharing of student-level information, products and tools that can support jurisdictions' efforts, and opportunities for training and technical assistance.
Join this Congressional briefing exploring changes underway more than a year after the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice released guidance to help school districts develop discipline policies that keep students in school, eliminate racial disparities and increase positive behavioral supports.
Evidence-based strategies, solutions, and best practices used nationally for preventing bullying and building safe, caring schools, and communities will be the subject of this year's conference.
This summit brought together states and communities that have been actively engaged in school discipline and juvenile justice reform to refresh their knowledge base, leverage resources and relationships, build on what they have started, and inspire each other to make continued change.
This webinar will review a groundbreaking report released by the CSG Justice Center in June 2014, which provides 60 bipartisan field-driven policy and practice recommendations to provide students with safe, productive learning environments; effectively respond to students’ behavioral health needs; limit the use of suspensions, expulsions, and referrals to the juvenile justice system for minor, school-based offenses, and support educators in building positive school and classroom climates.
Led by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), America's PrepareAthon! is an opportunity for individuals, organizations, and communities to prepare for specific hazards through drills, group discussions, and exercises.
The National Conference on School Discipline will assemble internationally recognized experts together with practitioners who have developed promising approaches and programs in the incubator of day-to-day school life.