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Too Young To Be Suspended? Charlotte Observer

Too Young To Be Suspended? Charlotte Observer

CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, ANNE DOSS HELMS, Should 5- to 8-year-olds be kicked out of school for behavior violations? A Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board committee will start discussing that question Wednesday, when it will review data on disciplinary actions against K-2...
#SummerShareCLT 2016

#SummerShareCLT 2016

Join Council for Children’s Rights in supporting the Council and  #summershareCLT and help your neighbors in need! July 11 – 22. 2016  While summer time may seem like the slow season for most of us, it can be the time of greatest need for many non-profits.  This...
Southern Juvenile Defense Summit

Southern Juvenile Defense Summit

The Sixth Annual Southern Juvenile Defense Regional Summit was held June 16 & 17 at Charlotte School of Law.  Colleagues from across the Southern states gathered to participate in a one-of-a-kind program designed to inform, educate, and build the southern region...
No solitary for NC inmates 17 and younger

No solitary for NC inmates 17 and younger

Some good news out of Raleigh yesterday.  W. David Guice, commissioner of adult correction and juvenile justice, announced plans to eliminate the use of solitary confinement for inmates who are 17 and younger. The practice is scheduled to be phased out by September 1....
Leon Levine Foundation Match Challenge Met

Leon Levine Foundation Match Challenge Met

  JUNE 2016:  Last month, The Leon Levine Foundation offered a match challenge of $25,000 for all new and increased gifts made to the Council before May 31st. Thanks to an outpouring of support from generous community members like you, every dollar of The Leon...
2016 Student Assignment Survey Summary

2016 Student Assignment Survey Summary

  2016 Student Assignment Survey Summary May 17, 2016: Council for Children’s Rights, today released results from a survey on school assignment the agency distributed in February 2016.  The 4-question survey, distributed throughout Mecklenburg County, asked...

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