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Series: Youth Out of the Education Mainstream Series
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From the Courthouse to the Schoolhouse: Making Successful TransitionsTop  
 Bulletin: Youth Out of the Education Mainstream Series, March 2000. Presents strategies for helping youth make the transition from juvenile justice system settings back to their schools and communities. 16 pages. NCJ 178900.
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Youth Out of the Education Mainstream: A North Carolina ProfileTop  
 Bulletin: Youth Out of the Education Mainstream Series, September 1999. Describes an initiative by the Center for the Prevention of School Violence in Raleigh, NC, that focuses on promising and effective programs and on innovative strategies to reach youth out of the education mainstream. 12 pages. NCJ 176343.
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Combating Fear and Restoring Safety in SchoolsTop  
 Bulletin: Youth Out of the Education Mainstream Series, April 1998. Focuses on the national effort to reach young people who are absent or truant from school because of school-related fear and intimidation. 16 pages. NCJ 167888.
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Reaching Out to Youth out of the Education MainstreamTop  
 Bulletin: Youth Out of the Education Mainstream Series, February 1997. Describes a program that addresses the needs of youth who do not attend school regularly because they are truants or dropouts, afraid to attend, suspended or expelled, or in need of help to be reintegrated into regular schools from juvenile detention and correctional settings. 12 pages. NCJ 163920.
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Truancy: First Step to a Lifetime of ProblemsTop  
 Bulletin: Youth out of the Education Mainstream Series, October 1996. Describes seven promising community programs that are reducing truancy and juvenile delinquency by enlisting and coordinating a broad array of local resources. 8 pages. NCJ 161958.
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