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In Case You Missed It: The Week In Juvenile Justice

Our weekly review of juvenile justice news here and abroad. CHICAGO EXONEREE DIARIES: “Growing up in Humboldt Park, especially back in them days, back then as now, gang recruitment was so easy. The gangs would drive on kids like me. They knew my father had passed away. We lived in the neighborhood. My mom didn’t
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In Case You Missed It: The Week In Juvenile Justice

Our weekly review of juvenile justice news here and abroad. CHICAGO SCHOOL CODE REVISED – AGAIN: “The Chicago Public School Board of Education passed yet another proposed revision of the Student Code of Conduct Wednesday, aiming to soften the disciplinary policy and curb the suspension and expulsion rates,” The Chicago Bureau reported this week. “Some of
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In Case You Missed It: The Week In Juvenile Justice

Our weekly review of juvenile justice news here and abroad. CHICAGO TONI IN TROUBLE: Last week, I noted that Michigan Avenue magazine had named Toni Irving one of the city’s most influential women. This week, Toni Irving is one of the city’s most most influential women whose job security is suddenly in question. It turns
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