National Center for Youth Law

Newsletter Issues

January 2016
Vol. 1 No. 1

In this issue: NCYL files suit in Connecticut over expelled students right to an education, Multi-Disciplinary teams convene to address child trafficking, new report reveals achievement gap for Arizona students in foster care

July-September 2015
VOL. XXXVI NO. 3

In this issue: NCYL Salutes John O’Toole, When therapy records are only as private as a school schedule, it’s time to update federal confidentiality law, Counties Across California Explore Multi-Agency Responses to CSEC, NCYL’s New Juvenile Justice-FosterEd Program Focuses On Improving Education Outcomes for Probation-Supervised Youth

April-June 2015
VOL. XXXV NO. 2

In this issue: Meet The New Executive Director, Reflecting on Nevada's Child Welfare System, Ten Years Later, California Developing Evaluation Rubrics To Improve Educational Outcomes for Foster Youth

January-March 2015
VOL. XXXIV NO. 1

In this issue: Expanding Support for Foster Education, Curbing the Misuse of Psychiatric Medications in Foster Care, California’s Need for Data Collection on Juveniles Prosecuted as Adults

October-December 2014
VOL. XXXIII NO. 4

In this issue: An Important Advance for Child Welfare, McClymonds High School Athlete and NCYL Client Honored by San Francisco Chronicle, Court Declines to Consider Substantive Due Process Rights of Foster Youth

July-September 2014
VOL. XXXIII NO. 3

In this issue: Achieving Equal Educational Opportunities for Native American Youth, First Phase of Commercially Sexually Exploited Children Reform Launched in Los Angeles County, NCYL Asks California Court to Strengthen Child Abuse Reporting Requirements

April-June 2014
VOL. XXXIII NO. 2

In this issue: Powerful New Tool for Examining the Youth Incarceration Data Reveals the Depth of the Problem in the United States, Domestic Violence and Child Abuse, Federal Report on 40 Years of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act

January-March 2014
VOL. XXXIII NO. 1

In this issue: Hope for Those Sentenced to Life Without Possibility of Parole for Juvenile Crimes, Federal Guidance Seeks to End Discriminatory School Discipline, Has There Really Been a Decline in Obesity Rates for Young Children?