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Blended learning models can benefit students in juvenile jails

While most schools are looking at alternative forms of discipline in efforts to disrupt the “school-to-prison” pipeline, such as restorative justice practices, there are still circumstances where time in a juvenile justice facility is warranted. Though these students may be paying for crimes they have committed, they need a quality education as well. In fact, the impact of a quality education may have even more impact on these students if it offers them a better way to navigate the world in the future.

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