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White House Report Highlights OJJDP Delinquency Prevention Models

July 21, 2015

The White House's Council of Economic Advisers has released a report on closing opportunity gaps for disadvantaged youth that highlights two promising programs: One Summer Jobs Plus (OSP) and Becoming a Man (BAM). With OJJDP-supported evaluation grants, the University of Chicago Crime Lab is currently testing both youth-focused delinquency prevention models. The White House has recognized the BAM approach as an example of innovation in advancing the goals of the My Brother's Keeper initiative for minority males.


For more on the OSP evaluation findings, read "Summer Jobs Reduce Youth Violence Among Disadvantaged Youth."

For additional details about the evaluation of BAM and the Match Math Tutoring Program, read "Not Too Late: Improving Academic Outcomes for Disadvantaged Youth."


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