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Educational Access for System Involved Students - SB 213/HB 301

The proposed legislation provides support to students who face barriers to their educational success through no fault of their own.

Lea County Demonstration Site

This project will improve the educational outcomes of children in New Mexico’s care. Guided by an inter-agency state leadership team,

Foster Youth Education Success Program - HB 2665

HB 2665 establishes the Foster Youth Education Success Fund and authorizes a $1,000,000 appropriation in FY 2018 from the General

Anti-Bullying and Harassment Legal Support Network

The National Center for Youth Law has joined with with private law firms and other public interest law firms including 

Anti-Bullying and Harassment Resource Library - Model policies, practices and, advocacy tools

NCYL is collecting model policies and practices that schools and school districts can adopt and implement to ensure students are

CSEC Action Team

The California Child Welfare Council’s Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC) Action Team is a multidisciplinary body, comprised of substantive experts

Implementation of the Federal Preventing Child Sex Trafficking Act - HR 4980/SB 794

In 2015, California passed Senate Bill (SB) 794 which enacted key provisions of the federal Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening

Implementation of California’s CSEC Program - Senate Bill 855

Launched in 2015, the groundbreaking Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC) Program is administered by the California Department of Social Services

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