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The Character Based Literacy (CBL) program:
- CBL: A Curriculum for Youth in Detention (updated 2011) - NDTAC Article: Provides an overview of the CBL program, which focuses on replacing antisocial behaviors, thoughts, and values with prosocial behaviors, thoughts, and values.
- Character Based Literacy Program (2005) - Presentation by Robert Michels, school program manager, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.
Effective Strategies for Supporting English Language Learners (2011) - Presentation by Ana Diaz-Booz; principal; School of International Business at the Kearny High School Complex; San Diego, California. (View full Webinar: Cultural and Linguistic Competency: Strategies for Establishing a Learning Environment based on Students' Needs.)
Professional Development: Implementation at the Orange County Department of Education, California (2011) - Presentation by Rick Martin; Title I, Part D, director; Orange County Department of Education. (View full Webinar: Professional Development: How It Can Enhance Student Outcomes in Neglected and Delinquent Programs)
The Gang Resistance Is Paramount (GRIP) Program (2010) - Presentation by Tony Ostos, program manager, GRIP, Paramount, CA. (View full Webinar: Gang Prevention From Multiple Perspectives: Federal, Research, and Practice)
The Digital Bridge Academy Curriculum-Based Persistence Model: Preparing and Bridging At-Risk and Underprepared Students to Community College (2007) - Presentation by Diego Navarro, founder and PI, Cabrillo College's Watsonville Digital Bridge Academy.
ACCESS: A Great Place to Begin Again (2004) - Presentation by Kelly Weaver, Title I manager, Orange County Department of Education.
Have a program to highlight? Email your NDTAC Liaison (at the address above) to let him or her know, and it could be featured in a future NDTAC product or presentation.
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|
|CA||$ 2,560,201||$ 2,376,154||$ 1,785,574|
|Number of Programs|
|Number of Students Served|
Students Attaining Academic Outcomes
See NDTAC's State and National Fast Facts for complete California data, including addtional data on programs, demographics, and academic outcomes and performance, as well as definitions, data sources, and technical notes.