National Center for Youth Law

Newsletter Issues

NCYL News – November 2018
VOL. 3 NO. 6

In This Issue: Kansas Puts Children and Youth in Its Care At Risk; Number of Children in Immigration Custody at All Time High; New Report Shows Positive Results From Collaborative, Trauma-Informed, Youth-Centered Responses to CSEC

NCYL News – September 2018
VOL. 3 NO. 5

In this issue: California Adopts Juvenile Justice reform Legislation, NCYL's DC Office Marks First Anniversary and FosterEd Arizona Celebrates the Career of Pete Hershberger.

NCYL News – July 2018
VOL. 3 NO. 4

In This Issue: Judge Certifies Class in Missouri Foster Youth Case; Motions to Enforce Flores Heard in Federal Court; New Complaint Challenging DeVos' Delay of Equity in IDEA Regulations; Settlement Reached in Connecticut; NCYL Joins Suit Against Riverside County "Diversion" Program

NCYL News – June 2018
VOL. 3 NO. 3

In This Issue: Immigrant Children File Lawsuit to End Cruel Government Detention Policies; California Provides Major Boost to Pre-Arrest Diversion for Youth; New Mexico Demonstration Project Wraps Up

NCYL News – April 2018
VOL. 3 NO. 2

In This Issue: NCYL's 2018 California Legislative Agenda, Judge gives go-ahead for trial to address discriminatory policies and practices of the Antioch, California public schools, and FosterED launches new California demonstration site.

NCYL News – February 2018
VOL. 3 NO. 1

In This Issue: NCYL Sues to stop new Title IX guidelines; Feds open Civil rights investigation of Northern California high school; and FosterEd Arizona begins operation in Maricopa County.

NCYL News – December 2017
VOL. 2 NO. 5

In This Issue: NCYL asks for your support, new Education Civil Rights Alliance Launches, NCYL board President Peter Edelman has a new book.

NCYL News – October 2017
VOL. 2 NO. 4

In This Issue: Former foster youth shares why he is speaking on the overmedication of Missouri foster youth, NCYL returns to DC, California Legislative round up, and New collective impact campaign focuses on the reproductive health of children in Los Angeles' foster care system.

NCYL News – Summer 2017
VOL. 2 NO. 3

In This Issue: The Awakening of a Criminal Justice Student; Washington State Foster Care Reforms Must Continue; Meet NCYL’s Summer Students; Lawsuit Charges Missouri with Pervasive Failure to Monitor the Prescription and Administration of Powerful Psychotropic Medications to Foster Youth; California Invests $2.9 million to Prevent Unplanned Pregnancy Among Foster Youth in California and to Protect Their Reproductive Rights; Victory for Detained Immigrant Children

NCYL News – May 2017
VOL. 2 NO. 2

In This Issue: CA Group Homes Must Change Prescribing Practices; Legislative Push for Juvenile Justice Reform in California; Flores Attorneys Seek Relief for Detained Unaccompanied Minors; Repeal of Bill Decriminalizing Child Sex Trafficking Victims Fails; FosterEd Launches New Website; Congratulations Brian Rocca