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Registration Open for Training on Problem-Solving Truancy Courts

The National Center for School Engagement is offering "Developing a Problem-Solving Truancy Court" on June 16, 2017, in Colorado Springs, CO. This training will focus on how problem-solving courts can engage family and community partners to help youth overcome truancy. This training is designed for judges, magistrates, school district personnel, juvenile parole officers, and others engaged in helping students and families improve school attendance in conjunction with courts.


Register to attend.

See OJJDP's Model Programs Guide literature review on truancy prevention.

Date Created: March 30, 2017