Title I Director
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The Great Challenge for Michigan’s At-Risk Youth (slides 15-22) (2011) - Presentation by Michelle Patton; Title I, Part D, coordinator; Michigan Department of Education.
National Training Curriculum for Educators of Youth in Confinement (2005) - Presentation by Carol Cramer Brooks, principal, Kalamazoo County Juvenile Home Schools, Kalamazoo, Michigan, and former director of training and confinement education, National Juvenile Detention Association's Center for Research and Professional Development.
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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|
|MI||$ 1,057,419||$ 394,779||$ 380,745|
|Number of Programs|
|Number of Students Served|
Students Attaining Academic Outcomes
See NDTAC's State and National Fast Facts for complete Michigan data, including addtional data on programs, demographics, and academic outcomes and performance, as well as definitions, data sources, and technical notes.