Articles Tagged with Juvenile rights

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The Association for Specialized and Cooperative Library Agencies (ASCLA) offers these, and other, courses for library employees:

Going to Jail: How Juvenile Books Portray the Prison Experience:

“This five week course will explore portrayals of the incarceration experience in juvenile and young adult literature. Participants will be assigned to read several books written for young people that include scenes in prison or juvenile detention facilities….

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Juvenile-law attorneys, teens, and parents may not know about the wealth of information at the Juvenile Rights Project web page. Prepare to spend some time digging deeply into and through it. Parents and teens might want to look at the Helpline page and links. Attorneys will want to look at the many newsletters and reports. The guides for teens in foster care, for incarcerated parents, and many others provide a wealth of valuable information.