Education Services for Incarcerated Youth

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The Council of State Government Justice Center recently published a report detailing the lack of oversight with education services for incarcerated youth. For example, the study explains that only 13 states provide the same education services to incarcerated youth and students in the community. Although education is not a constitutionally recognized fundamental right, juveniles should have access to better education. To learn more about the findings of the study’s findings and recommendations, please visit:

https://csgjusticecenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/LOCKED_OUT_Improving_Educational_and_Vocational_Outcomes_for_Incarcerated_Youth.pdf

Camille Van Kote

About Camille Van Kote

Camille Van Kote is a third year student at the University of Houston Law Center. She graduated from Barnard College in 2012. As an undergraduate, she worked as an AmeriCorps member for Jumpstart for Young Children. She was also involved with the Columbia Child Rights Group, where she spearheaded various campus-wide events, including film screenings, conferences and fundraisers, to promote awareness on children’s issues. She interned at Tahirih Justice Center and Kids in Need of Defense, working with courageous women and unaccompanied minors fleeing violence. This past summer, she interned at the Women's Global Network for Reproductive Rights, an NGO advocating for sexual and reproductive rights as human rights.

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