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Juvenile Law Center To Host Second Round of Webinars on Information Sharing Tool Kit

April 20, 2011

The Juvenile Law Center, with support from the MacArthur Foundation's Models for Change initiative, will host a second round of the three part Webinar series on the Information Sharing Tool Kit. Part I of the webinar will be held May 4, Part II on May 13, and Part III on May 16.

The Tool Kit was created to help jurisdictions improve their information and data sharing procedures for youth involved in multiple systems. The Webinars, developed through a collaboration with the National Center for Juvenile Justice, will introduce participants to three kinds of information and data sharing—for individual case planning and decision making; for law, policy, and program development; and for program evaluation and performance measurement.


To download the Tool Kit, register for the webinars, or watch archived webinars, visit:


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