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RIDES: Educating Incarcerated Youth with Lynette Tannis - Shared screen with speaker view
Kate Figiel-Miller
22:55
daily incarceration cost versus education
Gemma Falivene
24:05
incarcerated youth who have experienced trauma?
rides@gse.harvard.edu
33:14
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Candice Bocala
45:24
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pat Frost
46:31
more support for continuous improvement needed for faculty and staffnee to have a person of strength who can lead the change and accountability in the schools therea model pr ogram anywhere in the states you would recomend as far as your principles?
Candice Bocala
48:13
Question: what is the role of the juvenile justice staff in the room, versus the educator?
pat Frost
49:12
do you know schools using MTTS?
pat Frost
50:32
besides principals for these schools, do any have an education admin or superintendent?
pat Frost
53:53
do you know of any districts doing great with transition back to the district with working with the facilities
pat Frost
55:43
if a facility wants to have more mental health services in the classroom also---have you seen this?
Patricia Nunez
56:49
Have you seen facilities that utilize Dialectical Behavior Therapy - DBT - integrated into the classroom?
Suchitra Saxena
56:59
are there international exemplars for educating court involved or incarcerated youth that the United States could look to? Is there a system we should emulate?
pat Frost
57:23
have you seen any facilities receive ESSA Tit;e IV grants for extra counseling funds/implementation of embedding tech
pat Frost
58:14
any use of parent and family planning with use of MST?
Sarah Staples-Farmer
01:00:07
Considering pre-service teacher education—and even in-service teacher professional development: what training and information is important then to support youth who transition.
pat Frost
01:02:07
If a facility schools wants to start over with best practicies---is there a procedures/flow chart etc for their planning and change---to reform
Patricia Nunez
01:03:52
What examples of restorative practices can the facility and education program engage in to support students?
pat Frost
01:04:31
voc rehab has been brought in for soft skills, and also what certifications have you seen for the youth coming out of facility?
Patricia Nunez
01:05:42
How could WIOA funds be used to supplement voc ed? We are in process of implementing National Federation of Retail Association training and Safe Serve,\.
Patricia Nunez
01:06:52
We are limited by the number of staff professional development days for teachers
pat Frost
01:08:37
have you seen most states will accept credits earned at the facility school- towards graduation--in the districts kids return to?
Patricia Nunez
01:15:03
Thank you!
pat Frost
01:15:05
Restorative Justice, info on other states educ programs, good take aways