Educational Reform at the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice (GDJJ):
- Georgia Juvenile Justice Educational Reform Efforts (2010) - Presentation by Jack Catrett, director of special education, GDJJ; Rufus Johnson, regional principal for Northwest Georgia, GDJJ; and Michael Canada, lead teacher, Griffin Regional Youth Detention Center, Georgia. (View full Webinar: The Juggling Act: Minimizing Teacher Attrition and Maximizing Teacher Quality in a Juvenile Justice Setting)
- The Consent Decree Experience: Interview with Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice (2005) - NDTAC Interview: Dr. Tom O’Rourke, associate superintendent of educational programming at the GDJJ, shares how the GDJJ was able to achieve and maintain its goal of Federal compliance in education after coming under a consent decree in 1997.
- Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice: From Federal Compliance to Accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (2005) - Presentation by Dr. Tom O'Rourke, associate superintendent for education, Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice; and Jack Catrett, director of special education, Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice