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The Bridge to Somewhere: How Research Made Its Way into Juvenile Justice Reform in Ohio

Tuesday, October 11, 2011
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM


Gabriella Celeste
, JD
Director, Child Policy
Schubert Center for Child Studies

Marcia Egbert
Senior Program Officer for Human Services
The George Gund Foundation

Patrick Kanary
Director, Center for Innovative Practices
Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences

Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations, Room 115

Download Rightsizing Juvenile Justice in Ohio: FY 2012-2013 Budget, Why Ohio Needs to “Get Smart” on Juvenile Justice Reform.

Bridging research, practice, policy and education for the well-being of children and families is the fundamental mission of the CWRU Schubert Center and an approach increasingly valued in academic circles through bringing relevant research to the promotion of effective public policy and practice. Moving from the theoretical and using the real-life laboratory of the 2011 Ohio state budget and legislative process, this session will discuss strategies, challenges and future opportunities in supporting research-informed policymaking in the context of juvenile justice reform.

Schubert Conversations on Children in Research, Policy, and Practice are monthly seminars featuring cutting-edge research by CWRU faculty, with corresponding commentary by local professionals. These events stimulate an ongoing dialogue about child-related research, policy, and practice among faculty, students, policy experts, advocates, and professionals from Northeast Ohio. A light lunch will be served. All are welcome.

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Click here for the slide show presentation from The Bridge to Somewhere: How Research Made Its Way into Juvenile Justice Reform in Ohio.

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