This book explores the perceptions and role of juvenile justice educators. Through researching the support structures of educational facilities and analysing the positive features of these learning environments, Tannis evaluates how best to educate incarcerated young people and prepare them for their transition back into society.
Preface 1. Introduction 2. Contextual Setting 3. Greta Olive Juvenile Justice Academy 4. Hubert B. Juvenile Justice Residential Facility 5. Gladys C. Juvenile Justice Academy 6. Philip I. Juvenile Justice Residential Center 7. Cross-Case Discussion 8. Implications for Practice, Policy, and Research and Conclusion