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POST SECONDARY LEARNING OPTIONS

Students in juvenile justice settings who complete their high school diploma or earn their GED deserve the chance to continue their education and pursue their dreams by taking post secondary and college courses. Often, however, schools are not equipped to offer these options to students.

 

At CEEAS we work with juvenile justice agencies to help them implement a range of academic and CTE courses for their credentialed students. We help schools develop partnerships with local community colleges, deploy the technology infrastructure to support online courses, train schools on how to access and use free and low-cost courses that offer college credit courses (AP, CLEP, ACE), and facilitate processes so that students have access to Pell Grants.

If you are interested in increasing the post-secondary options you offer students in juvenile justice settings, please email Christina Campbell.

 

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