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Juvenile Justice Programs

Second edition, 2006

Juvenile Justice Programs

Grades 8-12

The Street Law for Juvenile Justice Programs manual provides practical assistance to people who teach students in the juvenile justice system about law and public policy. The manual is also a valuable supplement to existing law-related education, citizenship, or civics programs.

Street Law for Juvenile Justice Programs is a complete set of lessons developed to teach practical legal information and to increase student's resiliency, problem solving, and cognitive skills. The curriculum is ideal for use in a variety of juvenile justice settings, including:

  • Diversion
  • Detention centers
  • Probation services
  • Re-entry & aftercare programs
  • Correctional schools

Teachers can use the lessons in sequential order to create an entire course or select individual lessons to enhance current programs. The lessons contain everything teachers need to guide their students through interactive high-interest classes.

Sample Lesson and Table of Contents

If you have already purchased this publication, your binder references specific items that are available for download: the assessment, a blank handout, and a blank certificate of completion.  You can find these files in the Juvenile Justice manual supplement
 

(3-ring binder)

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