2020 Juvenile Justice Report, part 1

2020 Juvenile Justice Report, part 1

Youth of color are overrepresented at various points of contact in the juvenile justice system. How can we reduce these disparities? Strategies include using data to inform policy and practice, and changing our culture to focus less on punitive responses and more on...
2020 Voting Reference

2020 Voting Reference

Council for Children’s Rights encourages everyone to vote. Election day is Tuesday, November 3rd, but there are still mail-in and early voting options available.   Before You Vote— Check your registration here: Enter your name, year of birth, and county to make...
What You Need to Know About CMS’ Instruction Plan [UPDATED]

What You Need to Know About CMS’ Instruction Plan [UPDATED]

From remote learning to shifting in-person and from cohort schedules to updated timelines, Council for Children’s Rights has created one place for information about school reopening and options for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ families.   Note: This blog...
What You Need to Know About CMS’ Instruction Plan [UPDATED]

What You Need to Know About CMS’ Instruction Plan

From remote learning to shifting in-person and from cohort schedules to updated timelines, Council for Children’s Rights has created one place for information about school reopening and options for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ families.   ​Note: The...
Black Lives Matter: By the Numbers

Black Lives Matter: By the Numbers

Council for Children’s Rights works to affirm rights for children daily through our individual services, research, and policy work. We are heartbroken and grieve over the senseless deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and the countless others before...

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