The Tough, Often Lonely Job of Teaching Incarcerated Students

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Incarcerated youths are more likely to need special education services, have gaps in their schooling, and require extra academic support than their peers attending schools in the community. But schools inside juvenile justice facilities struggle mightily to get teachers who have the specialized skills necessary to deliver a meaningful education to some of society's most at-risk students.
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The Tough, Often Lonely Job of Teaching Incarcerated Students

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