Special Education & Incarcerated Youth
Providing high-quality education in juvenile justice secure care settings presents unique challenges for the administrators, teachers, and staff who are responsible for the education, rehabilitation, and welfare of youths committed to their care. The United States Departments of Education (DOE) and Justice (DOJ) recognize that while these challenges cannot be overcome without vision, dedication, and leadership, there is also a critical need in the field for supportive resources grounded in the available research, practitioner experiences, and promising practices from around the country.
IN*SOURCE has assembled information that is available to Indiana parents, families, educators and other professionals. The materials are available to parents by mail or by download. All information is free of charge to Indiana parents. To request materials by mail, please send an email to email@example.com - include your name, complete mailing address, daytime telephone number, your child's age and disability.
- Correctional Education Guidance Package
- Correctional Education Guidance Package Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Guiding Principles for Providing High-Quality Education in Juvenile Justice Secure Care Settings
- Family Guide to Getting Involved in Your Child’s Education at a Juvenile Justice Facility
- Letter on students with disabilities in correctional facilities
- Letter on discipline procedures
- Letter on children w/disabilities placed in private school by their parents
- Letter on response to intervention
Posted on November 20, 2015