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The struggle to treat kids at a juvenile justice facility
Conditions at Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake in Wisconsin were so bad that now, a federally appointed monitor oversees the facilities. As the number of kids there has declined, costs have gone up.
The homebuilding industry still needs thousands of workers, and it's looking in new places to hire
A training program for high school students in the juvenile justice system aims to expand the pool of candidates for entry-level jobs.
California counties stop charging fees for juvenile incarceration
One survey found that young people who had fees imposed and fines imposed — especially large ones — were more likely to offend again.
Fun Fact Friday: It's a soupy mess
We discuss the week that was and highlight a few fun facts from the week in news.
How to improve education for juvenile offenders
An interview with juvenile justice advocate David Domenici.