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Transition in Arizona:
- Transforming Lives and Re-connecting Youth Through Successful Transition: The Challenge, The Opportunity, The Benefits (slides 3-27) (2011) - Presentation by Dorothy Wodraska, director of juvenile transition, Maricopa County Education Service Agency.
- Educational Needs of Youth in the Juvenile Justice System: The Arizona Detention Transition Project (ADTP) (2006) - Presentation by Heather Griller-Clark, project director, Arizona Detention Transition Project, Arizona State University.
- Think Exit at Entry: Preparing Youth in Secure Care for Successful Reintegration/Transition Back to the Community (2004) - Presentation by Dottie Wodraska, director of Federal education grant programs, Arizona Supreme Court.
Merging Two Words (M2W) Curriculum:
- Merging Two Worlds (M2W): A Transition and Career Exploration and Planning Curriculum (updated 2011) - NDTAC Article: Provides an overview of the M2W curriculum.
- Merging Two Worlds: A Transition/Career Planning Curriculum for Youth in the Justice System (2005) -Presentation by Dottie Wodraska, director of Federal education grant programs, Arizona Supreme Court, & Kathleen Karol, superintendent of education, Department of Juvenile Corrections, Arizona's Juvenile Justice Education System.
Arizona Professional Development for Title I, Part D, Subpart 2 Subgrantees (2007) - Presentation by Barbara Presler, Arizona Department of Education, and Orlenda Roberts, Mary C. O’Brien Accommodation District, Pinal County, Arizona. (View full Webinar: Sharing Professional Development Strategies: How States are Providing Training and Support to Part D Subgrantees)
No Child Left Behind Bars (NCLBB): Complying With NCLB Requirements in Short-Term Juvenile Detention Facilities (2007) - Presentation by Dorothy Wodraska, Arizona Supreme Court.
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Fast Facts: Juvenile Justice Education Data by State
Funding Allocation, Number of Programs and Students Served
|Subpart 1 Funding|
|US||$ 47,703,870||$ 49,166,325||$ 49,166,325|
|AZ||$ 1,464,602||$ 1,376,531||$ 1,491,022|
|Number of Programs|
|Number of Students Served|
Students Attaining Academic Outcomes
See NDTAC's State and National Fast Facts for complete Arizona data, including addtional data on programs, demographics, and academic outcomes and performance, as well as definitions, data sources, and technical notes.