ARTICLE TAG

positive youth development

4/1/2015

Toward a Positive Youth Justice System

Intro / Part One / Part Two / Part Three / Part Four / Part Five / Part Six / Part Seven / Close Today, we officially conclude “Positive Youth Justice: Curbing Crime, Building Assets,” a series that imagines an entire juvenile justice system built on the positive youth development (PYD) framework.

3/26/2015

The Business of Positive Youth Justice: Measuring Success

Last week, our Positive Youth Justice series explored the use of positive youth development (PYD) in re-entry work at Waterside Workshops. The small nonprofit by the San Francisco Bay uses boatbuilding and a bike shop as the starting point of a personal relationship between the staff and youth. 

3/25/2015

The Business of Positive Youth Justice: Changing Staff Perception

Last week, our Positive Youth Justice series explored the use of positive youth development (PYD) in re-entry work at Waterside Workshops. The small nonprofit by the San Francisco Bay uses boatbuilding and a bike shop as the starting point of a personal relationship between the staff and youths. 

3/17/2015

Uniform Definition of Positive Youth Development Is Long Overdue

by Chuck Jackson Positive youth development (PYD) is the paramount responsibility of all who work in education, after school programs, juvenile justice, treatment, and community programs in North America and abroad. 

3/9/2015

Juvenile Justice Solutions Should Always Start with Positive Youth Development

by David Muhammad Since the creation of the first juvenile court in Chicago in 1899, our juvenile justice system has failed to reach its ultimate goal of  treating and rehabilitating youth.

2/17/2015

Positive Youth Justice, Part One: Rosie’s Place, Olympia, Wash.

Last week, The Imprint introduced “Positive Youth Justice: Curbing Crime, Building Assets.” It is a series that imagines an entire continuum of juvenile justice services built on the positive youth development framework.

10/22/2012

Promoting Youth Development and Independent Living Services for Youth in Foster Care

Discusses efforts to promote a positive youth development approach in foster care, and the disappointing outcomes and barriers experienced by young people leaving the foster care system between the ages of 18 and 21.