Title I Director
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Title I, Part D, Compliance Monitoring: A Constant Connection (2010) - Presentation by Melvin Herring; Title I, Part D, program director; Florida Department of Education. (View full Webinar: Compliance Isn't Built in a Day: The Importance of Ongoing Communication in Subgrantee Monitoring)
Best Practices in Juvenile Justice Transition: Utilizing Data (2009) - Presentation by Karen Mann, director, Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research, Florida State University.
Juvenile Justice Education Research and Quality Assurance (2004) - Presentation by Tom Blomberg, Sheldon L. Messinger professor of criminology, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida State University; and George Pesta, research coordinator, Juvenile Justice Educational Enhancement Program (JJEEP).
The Juvenile Justice Educational Enhancement Program (JJEEP) in Florida (2004) - NDTAC Article: Provides an overview of JJEEP. The program is funded by the Florida Department of Education and provides quality assurance reviews and technical assistance to Florida juvenile justice education programs.
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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|
|FL||$ 1,528,660||$ 1,949,794||$ 2,146,780|
|Number of Programs|
|Number of Students Served|
Students Attaining Academic Outcomes
See NDTAC's State and National Fast Facts for complete Florida data, including addtional data on programs, demographics, and academic outcomes and performance, as well as definitions, data sources, and technical notes.