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In This Issue: Oregon fails to ensure that all children can attend a full day of school, Healthy sexual development to Improve outcomes for youth in foster care, and leading educators criticize DeVos.

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Compassionate Education Systems: Antelope Valley - Progress Report

A new report by the National Center for Youth Law highlights progress made in improving the educational experiences for youth

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School Mental Health 101: A Primer for Medi-Cal Managed Care Plans

California is launching an effort to grow partnerships between schools and Medi-Cal mental health providers to expand access to care

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GUIDANCE FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS SERVING UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN RELEASED FROM GOVERNMENT CUSTODY

This Guide is intended to support mental health providers in effectively serving unaccompanied children released from federal immigration custody. Developed

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Youth Justice In California - Obstacles to a Public Health Approach

This brief highlights three initiatives in California to create systems that support youth, communities, and state by endeavoring to create

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INDEPENDENT STUDY RIGHTS FOR STUDENTS IN CALIFORNIA

During the 2021-22 school year, parents and guardians can choose to have their children return to school for in-person instruction

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Strategies to End Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Youth - A toolkit for collaborative action

A practical how-to guide that offers best practices and learnings gleaned from our decade of working to address the commercial

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Los Angeles Law Enforcement First Responder Protocol for Commercially Sexually Exploited Children - What We’ve Learned: A Six Year Review

The Los Angeles County Law Enforcement First Responder Protocol for Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (the Protocol) was first launched in

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How Districts Planned for Pandemic Learning: - Equity-Driven Practices and Lessons Learned from 2020 Learning Continuity and Attendance Plans

For “students with unique needs” – students in foster care, students in the juvenile justice system, students  experiencing homelessness, English

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