Weekly Roundup

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Weekly Roundup

  • “Conference Showed How Field Is Building on Progress in Youth-Serving Field” May 10, 2017 By Shay Bilchik, Michael Umpierre and Rachael Ward

At the LEAD Conference, the latest developments in juvenile justice, child welfare, education, were discussed. A key topic was the improvement of the juvenile justice system, including the reduction of racial and ethnic disparities, the expansion of support for transition aged youth, and reduction in suspensions and expulsion rates. Read More

  • “‘Burper’ case involving 7th-grader back to a Gorsuch court” May 13, 2017 By Sam Hananel, Associated Press

A case has been raised before the Supreme Court over whether making a fake burp sound during school warrants severe penalties. In an unexpected twist, the original case was appealed before Neil Gorsuch during his time the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Read More

  •  “Gender Ministry Introduce Policies To Protect Children” May 15, 2017

The Gender Ministry has introduced two new policies regarding the importance of strong family bonds and their impact on a child’s well-being. Read More

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