Moving The Dial

Moving the Dial: The Pennsylvania Academic and Career/Technical Training Alliance

This Stoneleigh Foundation publication shares the results of the Stoneleigh Fellowship project of Candace Putter.  Candace Putter launched and led the Pennsylvania Academic and Career/Technical Training (PACTT) in collaboraton with the Pennsylvania Council of Chief Juvenile  Probation Officers to improve outcomes for delinquent youth sent to out-of-home placement. 

MOVING THE DIAL: The National Girls Health Screen Project

This Stoneleigh Foundation publication shares the results of the Stoneleigh Fellowship project of Leslie Acoca. Leslie's created and validated the Girls Health Screen, which is the first ever gender-specific health screen for girls entering juvenile detention.

MOVING THE DIAL: Barriers to Successful Reunification of Children With Their Families After Foster Care

This Stoneleigh Foundation publication shares the results of the Stoneleigh Fellowship project of Wanja Ogongi.  Wanja Ogongi's project identified the difficulties that families confront before and after reunification and how her partner, Community Legal Services and other service providers, can better prepare for and address the needs of soon-to-be or recently reunified families.

MOVING THE DIAL: The Education Support Center: Improving the Educational Outcomes of Children in Foster Care

This Stoneleigh Foundation publication shares the results of the Stoneleigh Fellowship project of Liza M. Rodriguez.  Liza M. Rodriguez's project explored the topic of improving the Educational Outcomes of Children in Foster Care by creating The Education Support Center in collaboration with the Department of Human Services and the School District of Philadelphia.

MOVING THE DIAL: A Report on Education Experiences of Children in Penn Residential Treatment Facilities

This Stoneleigh Foundation publication shares the results of the one-year junior fellowship project of Arley Styer with the Education Law Center.  Arley's project explored the educational experiences of children placed in Pennsylvania  group homes and residential treatment facilities.

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