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Call For Papers On School-Justice Partnerships To Keep Kids in School

October 27, 2011

The New York State Permanent Judicial Division on Justice for Children has issued a call for papers for its National Leadership Summit on School-Justice Partnerships, "Keeping Kids in School and Out of Court." The Summit will take place from March 11–13, 2012, in New York, NY, and will highlight the importance of partnerships between the education and justice systems.

Papers may be submitted on a variety of topics, including adolescent development, information sharing, courts and juvenile justice, multidisciplinary collaborations, federal and state policies and initiatives, and data, research, and evaluations. Abstracts are due by November 15 and may be submitted online.


For more information, and a complete list of topics, visit http://www.ncjfcj.org/images/stories/pdf/s-j%20call%20for%20papers10-26-11.pdf.

To submit an abstract, visit www.surveymonkey.com/s/AbstractSubmittalFormFor2012SchoolJusticeSummit.


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