NDTAC Practice Guides
These guides, featured in the second edition of the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform's Addressing the Unmet Educational Needs of Children and Youth in the Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare Systems, provide strategies for achieving a comprehensive education system for youth involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.
This guide examines the importance of providing individually tailored academic and behavioral support services to foster better outcomes for system-involved youth.
This guide highlights three key practices that child-serving agencies can employ to achieve collaboration and provides concrete strategies for adopting the practices and overcoming common challenges.
This brief highlights PBIS and the link between student behavior and traditional school discipline responses. This resource is located on the new Safe and Supportive Learning Environments page.
These Web pages present data tables and graphics reflecting key demographics and academic outcomes for students enrolled in Title I, Part D, programs. These pages now include longitudinal data from school year 2008-09 through 2010-11.
The SSDCOP Web site brings together communities of education and justice system leaders who are dedicated to keeping kids in school and out of court.
NDTAC's new series of "Program Highlights" provides brief overviews of schools and education-based programs that implement innovative practices and receive support through Title I, Part D, funds.
John McLaughlin is the Federal Program Manager for the Title I, Part D, Neglected, Delinquent, or At-Risk Program.