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Pennsylvania Progress: Preparing Youth for Productive Futures

Published Jan 18, 2008, Patrick Griffin and Mary Humninen, National Center for Juvenile Justice

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This issue of Pennsylvania Progress focuses on efforts to ensure that delinquent youth are educated, trained and connected with school and work opportunities. Pennsylvania Progress: A Juvenile Justice Research, Practice and Policy Series is a publication of the National Center for Juvenile Justice, the research division of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.

Reform areas: Aftercare

States: Pennsylvania

Categories: Aftercare

Tags: Pennsylvania Progress

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