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Reaching Out to Youth out of the Education Mainstream
(NCJ 163920) February 1997
OJJDP Youth Out of the Education Mainstream Series, Bulletin, 12 page(s)
Sarah Ingersoll and Donni LeBoeuf
A joint program of the United States Departments of Justice and Education aims to address the needs of youth who do not attend school regularly because they are truants or dropouts, afraid to attend school, suspended or expelled, or in need of help to be reintegrated into regular schools from juvenile detention and correctional settings.
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