July 15, 2022
12:45 PM – 2:45 PM
In-Person, Microsoft Teams, and Call-In Meeting
Board of Parole Hearings
1515 K St. Suite 550
Sacramento, CA 95811
Attendees Microsoft Teams Link (click here)
*Please note that advanced registration is not required for this meeting
To join this meeting by phone:
+1 916-701-9994,,361038345# United States, Sacramento
Phone Conference ID: 361 038 345#
This meeting is open to the public and the agenda will be posted on July 5, 2022.
Description: The Juvenile Justice Workgroup will focus on optimizing educational success for justice-involved youth, many of whom have behavioral health needs. The presentation will feature perspectives from a local administrator and a legal advocate, with a state or county-level education representative and probation representative invited. A panel discussion with Council Advisors and participants will follow. The guided questions for the panel discussion are as follows:
- What is the correlation between early academic/ social emotional challenges (e.g., chronic truancy, disengagement, discipline, suspension, expulsion) and chronic delinquency?
- How can early academic/social emotional challenges be assessed and monitored to prevent justice-involvement? Who should be doing this, how can it be successfully implemented, and what are the appropriate referral pathways?
- What are the best practices to facilitate the re-enrollment of probation-involved youth back into their school districts and productively engage them in their education and ensure credits transfer, and graduation requirements (e.g. qualifying for AB 2306) are addressed?
- What are barriers that might impede academic success for at-promise youth, and what are strategies to address or remove them?
- What strategies can be employed to strengthen implementation of current laws/education codes related to at-promise and justice-involved youth?