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Bulletin Examines Juvenile Courts and Exclusionary School Discipline

October 31, 2017

The Intersection of Juvenile Courts and Exclusionary School DisciplineThe National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges has released "The Intersection of Juvenile Courts and Exclusionary School Discipline." This OJJDP-funded technical assistance bulletin focuses on schools' zero tolerance and exclusionary discipline policies that push youth out of the classroom and into the juvenile justice system. The bulletin addresses the effectiveness of exclusionary discipline and provides strategies to reduce the number of youth who come into contact with law enforcement and the juvenile justice system.


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