Protected: View From Both Sides

Posted Monday September 12, 2016 by KWright

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post....

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post....

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Education..Among other Disparities

Posted Thursday September 10, 2015 by Crystal Molyneaux

As an NJPC education advocate, I went into two prisons with intentions...

As an NJPC education advocate, I went into two prisons with intentions to focus on education and accommodations that need to made to assist those with special education needs. Upon...

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4 Tips for Helping a Child with ADHD

Posted Tuesday September 08, 2015 by KWright

Contributed by: Patricia Sarmiento Although, as WebMD.com notes, one out of 10 children...

Contributed by: Patricia Sarmiento Although, as WebMD.com notes, one out of 10 children in the U.S. have been diagnosed with ADHD, it’s a condition that is still widely misunderstood by parents,...

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Treating Youth as Youth: NJ Reforms How Kids are Waived to the Adult System

Posted Thursday August 20, 2015 by Jose Andres "Shea" Rosario

Treating Youth as Youth: NJ Reforms How Kids are Waived to the...

Treating Youth as Youth: NJ Reforms How Kids are Waived to the Adult System By raising the minimum waiver age, narrowing the offenses that a young person can be charged...

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Crime Bill

Posted Thursday October 09, 2014 by Jose Andres "Shea" Rosario

From the desk of Jose Rosario— Our position on the topic of...

From the desk of Jose Rosario— Our position on the topic of juvenile justice would be that the Crime Bill has been a net loss. The Crime Bill was an...

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