School discipline reform is underway in local classrooms. But how that reform is executed and experienced differently by students across the region.
The District’s getting mixed messages this summer about its efforts to combat juvenile crime. A new report by a court-appointed monitor credits the city’s Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) with a “remarkable” turnaround in how it educates youths in detention. But high-profile crimes continue to fuel public anger towards DYRS and broader reforms. We examine the stakes, and explore why a 25-year old court case still influences the process.
- Marc Schindler Interim Director, Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS), District of Columbia
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