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Blueprints & Strategies for Success

Each year, Juvenile Courts in the United States handle roughly1.6 million delinquency cases and an estimated 144,000 youth are placed in juvenile correctional facilities. Youth in the juvenile justice system have high probabilities of returning to crime. Further, juvenile offenders do not return evenly to communities across the United States, but rather return disproportionately to high-crime, high-poverty areas. The social support system in such communities is typically overwhelmed by the volume of returning offenders. The Employment and Training Administration awarded three categories of grants to provide selected state and local governments and an intermediary organization the opportunity to develop comprehensive strategies for serving all young offenders returning to a city or county. Five Young Offender Planning Grants of approximately $300,000 each was awarded to local governments by the Employment & Training Administration. The goal of the planning grants were to allow the selected localities to develop comprehensive blueprints for serving all juvenile and young adult offenders returning from correctional facilities. The Department’s intent in funding these planning grants was to enable communities to use resources outside of these grants to fully fund the plans that they develop. This initiative set into motion the planning, partnerships building, and the developing of programmatic activities necessary to help reduce recidivism while expanding opportunities for individual success through education, training, and employment. Here are the DRAFT blueprints.

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Teen Dating Violence Prevention

February 2011 was Teen Dating and Violence Prevention Month-- Please find in this folder resources for your organizations to assist in providing resources to maintaining healthy relationships.

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Butler County Juvenile Court

Each year, Juvenile Courts in the United States handle roughly1.6 million delinquency cases and an estimated 144,000 youth are placed in juvenile correctional facilities. Youth in the juvenile justice system have high probabilities of returning to crime. Further, juvenile offenders do not return evenly to communities across the United States, but rather return disproportionately to high-crime, high-poverty areas. The social support system in such communities is typically overwhelmed by the volume of returning offenders. The Employment and Training Administration awarded three categories of grants to provide selected state and local governments and an intermediary organization the opportunity to develop comprehensive strategies for serving all young offenders returning to a city or county. Five Young Offender Planning Grants of approximately $300,000 each was awarded to local governments by the Employment & Training Administration. The goal of the planning grants were to allow the selected localities to develop comprehensive blueprints for serving all juvenile and young adult offenders returning from correctional facilities. The Department’s intent in funding these planning grants was to enable communities to use resources outside of these grants to fully fund the plans that they develop. This initiative set into motion the planning, partnerships building, and the developing of programmatic activities necessary to help reduce recidivism while expanding opportunities for individual success through education, training, and employment. Here are the DRAFT blueprints.

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County of Los Angeles Young Offender Re-entry Planning Grant Outline

Each year, Juvenile Courts in the United States handle roughly1.6 million delinquency cases and an estimated 144,000 youth are placed in juvenile correctional facilities. Youth in the juvenile justice system have high probabilities of returning to crime. Further, juvenile offenders do not return evenly to communities across the United States, but rather return disproportionately to high-crime, high-poverty areas. The social support system in such communities is typically overwhelmed by the volume of returning offenders. The Employment and Training Administration awarded three categories of grants to provide selected state and local governments and an intermediary organization the opportunity to develop comprehensive strategies for serving all young offenders returning to a city or county. Five Young Offender Planning Grants of approximately $300,000 each was awarded to local governments by the Employment & Training Administration. The goal of the planning grants were to allow the selected localities to develop comprehensive blueprints for serving all juvenile and young adult offenders returning from correctional facilities. The Department’s intent in funding these planning grants was to enable communities to use resources outside of these grants to fully fund the plans that they develop. This initiative set into motion the planning, partnerships building, and the developing of programmatic activities necessary to help reduce recidivism while expanding opportunities for individual success through education, training, and employment. Here are the DRAFT blueprints.

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Pima County, AZ-A Blueprint for the Successful Reintegration of Young Offenders into the Community

Each year, Juvenile Courts in the United States handle roughly1.6 million delinquency cases and an estimated 144,000 youth are placed in juvenile correctional facilities. Youth in the juvenile justice system have high probabilities of returning to crime. Further, juvenile offenders do not return evenly to communities across the United States, but rather return disproportionately to high-crime, high-poverty areas. The social support system in such communities is typically overwhelmed by the volume of returning offenders. The Employment and Training Administration awarded three categories of grants to provide selected state and local governments and an intermediary organization the opportunity to develop comprehensive strategies for serving all young offenders returning to a city or county. Five Young Offender Planning Grants of approximately $300,000 each was awarded to local governments by the Employment & Training Administration. The goal of the planning grants were to allow the selected localities to develop comprehensive blueprints for serving all juvenile and young adult offenders returning from correctional facilities. The Department’s intent in funding these planning grants was to enable communities to use resources outside of these grants to fully fund the plans that they develop. This initiative set into motion the planning, partnerships building, and the developing of programmatic activities necessary to help reduce recidivism while expanding opportunities for individual success through education, training, and employment. Here are the DRAFT blueprints.

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FlashFax November 5

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News and Sound Clips for the Day 11/12/2010

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News and Sound Clips for the Day 11/09/2010

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FlashFax November 22

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Selected News and Sound Clips for the Day -- November 19, 2010 Edition

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Selected News and Sound Clips for the Day November 16

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Selected News and Sound Clips for the Day -- November 26, 2010 Edition

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Selected News and Soundclips for the Day for November 30, 2010

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News and Sound Clips for the Day -- November 23, 2010 Edition

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Selected News and Sound Clips for the Day, December 2, 2010

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FlashFax December 3rd

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Selected News and Sound Clips for the Day-December 10, 2010 Edition

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Selected News and Sound Clips for the Day--December 7 Edition

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Selected News and Sound Clips for the Day--January 11, 2100 edition

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Selected News and Sound Clips for the Day -- January 6, 2011 Edition

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FlashFax January 7, 2011

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December 17, 2010 Edition of Selected News and Sound Clips for the Day

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January 14 edition of Selected News and Sound Clips for the Day.

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Selected News and Sound Clips for the Day --January 21, 2011Edition

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FlashFax January 21, 2011

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FlashFax January 14, 2010

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YouthBuild Apprenticeship Guide

This guide seeks to increase apprenticeship opportunities for graduates of the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) YouthBuild program by: ??providing background information on DOL’s National Registered Apprenticeship System; ??offering guidance in establishing and managing relationships with registered apprenticeship programs; and ??strengthening the links between local YouthBuild programs and DOL’s Office of Apprenticeship state and regional offices as well as State Apprenticeship Agencies. This guide came about as a result of the YouthBuild/Registered Apprenticeship Partnership Pilot (pilot) which was developed by DOL’s Office of Apprenticeship and Division of Youth Services to educate DOL YouthBuild grantees about the benefits of registered apprenticeship programs for YouthBuild graduates. The pilot ran for nine months in 2009 and included six DOL YouthBuild grantees in five states and their respective Office of Apprenticeship Representatives.

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Weekend Series: Selected News and Sound Clips for the Day Abstracts

Please see the attached file with three abstracts from articles appearing in WEST's Selected News and Sound Clips for the Day publication over the last several weeks Below are the highlighted articles in terms of identified issues, solutions and next steps: 1. Teacher Professional Learning in the United States: State Policies and Strategies: A Technical Report 2. George Washington University Launches Online Prep School 3. President Obama Makes Education a State of Union Centerpiece

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FlashFax January 28th

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February 15, 2011 edition of Selected News and Sound Clips for the Day

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