N or D Program Highlights

N or D Program Highlights

This page showcases schools and other education-based programs that implement innovative practices and serve children and youth who are involved, or at risk of involvement, with the juvenile justice and/or child welfare systems. 

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State TIPD Coordinator Program Highlights

Collaboration
Herring, Lovett & Sande

All three TIPD coordinators who contributed to the coordinator series stress how vital collaboration was to their work overseeing TIPD activities within their respective States. 

Data Collection
Herring, Lovett & Sanda

In Part III of the coordinator series, TIPD coordinators reflect on the importance of data collection to their role as TIPD coordinators.

Professional Development
Herring, Lovett & Sande

In Part II of the series, TIPD coordinators describe their role in providing professional development (PD) to the individuals, programs, and facilities (grantees) who receive TIPD funds.

Monitoring for Compliance
Herring, Lovett & Sande

In Part IV of the coordinator series, TIPD coordinators reflect on their monitoring practices.

 

Mentoring Program Highlights

Boys to Men Arizona
Arizona

Highlights the site-based mentoring and mentor training used in an Arizona program geared towards guiding boys aged 13-17 toward a healthy manhood. 

Texas Juvenile Justice Department Mentoring Program
Texas

Features an evidence-based program that has thrived for almost 20 years in providing various high quality mentoring services to incarcerated youth who are at high risk.

Aftercare through Mentoring (AIM)
Indianapolis, IN

Explores a reentry program directed at supporting incarcerated youth by providing mentors as role models and focusing on addressing key obstacles to reentry, employment and education.

 

Technology-Based Program Highlights

Accessing Online Supplemental Textbook Material
Indiana

Examines the efforts of juvenile correctional facilities in Indiana to provide access to online supplemental textbook materials to teachers and students.

International Computer Driving License Program
Loysville, Pennsylvania

Highlights the Loysville Youth Development Center’s implementation of an online computer skills certificate program to help prepare their students for employment.

Oregon Virtual School District
Oregon

Explores the use of a virtual school district in Oregon's State-operated juvenile justice facilities’ that provides a continuum of online academic content to keep their students on track.

 

Title I, Part D Program Highlights

Stadium View School
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Highlights programs at Stadium View, a short-term stay school in the Juvenile Detention Center, which includes family involvement, literacy education and transition support services.

Education Advocate Program
Washington State

Discusses Washington State’s 2004 pilot transition program, subsequently expanded across the State, to serve both system-involved youth and prevention services.

Foxfire School
Zanesville, Ohio

Provides an overview of this unique dropout recovery school district, with a middle and high school that provides credit recovery options as well as academic, health, and social services for its youth.

Transition and Reentry Programs
Washoe County, Nevada

Features the Transition Specialist Program, implemented to address the difficulties youth can experience transitioning between the juvenile justice system and the general education setting.

Balcom Learning Center
Greene County, Arkansas

Features the educational and support services provided in this alternative learning environment set within a residential treatment facility in Greene County, Arkansas.

Northern Virginia Juvenile Detention Center
Alexandria, Virginia

Highlights the Northern Virginia Juvenile Detention Center’s approach to education through co-teaching, project-based learning, and supplemental services.