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"The Teenage Brain of the Boston Bomber"

The Marshall Project
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Juvenile Justice Progress in Pennsylvania

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled the state’s mandatory lifetime sex offender registration requirement for juveniles to be unconstitutional. Read More

"Kids and Jails, a Bad Combination"

The New York Times
Related Grantee: Vera Institute of Justice
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Assessing the Cost of Youth Incarceration

Thirty-three U.S. states and jurisdictions spend $100,000 or more annually to incarcerate a young person, and continue to generate outcomes that result in even greater costs, according to a new report. Read More

"What Youth Incarceration Costs Taxpayers"

U.S. News & World Report
Related Grantee: Justice Policy Institute
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"Second Chances for Teen Offenders"

The New York Times
Related Grantee: Juvenile Law Center
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A Nationwide Scorecard on Juvenile Records

According to a national scorecard released by Juvenile Law Center, most states are failing to protect sensitive information contained in juvenile court records, creating barriers to education, employment, and opportunities for many American youth. Read More

Staff

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Valerie Chang

Managing Director, U.S. Programs
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Laurie R. Garduque

Director, Justice Reform
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Patrick Griffin

Program Officer
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Soledad McGrath

Program Officer
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Mary McClanahan

Executive Secretary
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Stephen R. Stinson

Program Administrator

Media Contact

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Meredith Klein

Communications Officer, Public Affairs