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Center for Juvenile Justice Reform Accepting Registrations for 2017 LEAD Conference

 

The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform will hold its 2017 LEAD (Leadership. Evidence. Analysis. Debate.) Conference, April 6–7, 2017, at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. This year’s theme is “Moving from Research to Policy and Practice to Improve the Lives of Youth.” The conference will feature more than 40 of the country’s leading experts in childhood research, policy, and practice. The conference will focus on key developments in child welfare, juvenile justice, education, behavioral health, and family engagement.

Resources:

Register for the 2017 LEAD Conference.

Visit the 2017 LEAD Conference website for additional information.

Date Created: February 23, 2017