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Youth for Justice

Award Information

Award #
2003-MU-FX-K014
Location
Awardee County
Los Angeles
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
2003
Total funding (to date)
$1,102,944

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2003, $368,000)

The Center for Civic Education teaches young people about the law so that they can lead their lives within the law. The Center for Civic Education involves young people directly in identifying and implementing solutions to the nation's issues of violence and provides leadership, training and curriculum materials to State Law-Related Education Coordinators.

NCA/NCF

The Center for Civic Education (CCE) teaches young people about the law so that they can lead their lives within the law. CCE accomplishes this goal by providing training, technical assistance and materials to state and local school jurisdictions to guide them in establishing Law-Related Education delinquency prevention programs in schools and community settings. The CCE is one of five organizations who comprise the youth for justice program - a consortium of five national law-related education organizations - works in collaboration with a national network of statewide LRE centers. Their collective efforts are designed to produce sustainable, quality programs for at-risk youth.

NCA/NCF

The Center for Civic Education will offer training, technical assistance and materials to state and local school jurisdictions to guide them in establishing Law-Related Education delinquency prevention programs in schools and community settings.
This Youth for Justice Program - a consortium of five national law-related education organizations - works in collaboration with a national network of statewide LRE centers.
Their collective efforts are designed to produce sustainable, quality programs for at-risk youth. CCE supports the YFJ mission by developing and disseminating program models, curriculum materials, and providing training and technical assistance to educators and justice system resource people in their communities. The performance measures include the number of trainings and the increased knowledge based on surveys. NCA/NCF

Date Created: September 8, 2003