Using the law to help children in need
This primer for juvenile court judges presents a trauma-informed approach to judicial decision-making for newcomer immigrant youth in juvenile justice proceedings.
NCYL visits the Homestead detention center and finds horrifying conditions where youth sleep in rooms with 100 other kids at night, are held for months on end, with no freedom of movement, no privacy, no human contact.
NCYL’s new report with Pivot Learning highlights the academic challenges of homeless foster youth in Monterey County
Oregon fails to ensure that all children can attend a full day of school. Parents and advocates call for equal access to classrooms for students with disabilities