11 hrs ago
Students, parents challenge zero-tolerance policies
Michael Reynolds is willing to go to extremes to shed light on what he says is a big problem: zero-tolerance policies that are driving kids like him out of school for often-minor offenses.
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16 hrs ago
Ekiti guber polls: OYC drums support for Fayemi
Ohanaeze Youth Council, OYC, has called on all qualified voters in Ekiti State to re-elect Governor Kayode Fayemi in next June's gubernatorial election.
20 hrs ago
South Shore Record
A place teens can call their own
After years of trying to create a place for local teens, the Rockville Centre Youth Council proudly cut the ribbon on the Spare Mug, its joint venture with RVC Lanes, on April 10. The Spare Mug is a spot for young people to hang out in the bowling alley, a separate space with its own entrance and atmosphere.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
The Heartland Institute
NEJM Fails to Correct Data on Children's E-Cigarette Use
The New England Journal of Medicine and authors of a commentary on e-cigarette use have ignored our call for correction of a substantial error regarding e-cigarette use among American schoolchildren in 2011 and 2012.
Youth unemployment: We all know that life is not a level playing field
Gail Walters, head of community investment at Midland Heart, reflects on social mobility in Britain and the impact that it has on youth unemployment.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Province looks for income generating projects for youth
"Not everyone has the talent to earn money through sports." Those were the words of Semi Tanikili, the Youth Coordinator of the Nadroga/Navosa Province, as they look for alternative ways to work with the youths in creating income generating projects.
The Hamilton Spectator
Helping disengaged youth
YOUTH Connections case workers from Brophy Family and Youth Services, Joy Ahearn and Jo Turner, and RMIT research officers Susan Taylor and James Williams are excited about the new art and social enterprise project.
Treatment of complex developmental trauma in children and youth
Children and adolescents in foster care and institutional settings often face complex developmental trauma related to multiple or continuous traumatic experiences.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Fed gov't sues Ohio juvenile system
The U.S. Department of Justice and Ohio officials have reached an agreement that will reduce the amount of time spent in isolation by young people in state juvenile correctional facilities.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Charlotte: Youth doll up for prom
Time Out Youth Center will host its annual Alternative Prom for LGBT youth and allies, ages 13-20, on April 12, 7:30 p.m., at Grand Central, 1000 Central Ave. This year the focus is on merging the worlds of prom and comic-conto, with "Promic Con" serving as the theme.
Prom season can be dangerous time for teens
Statistics show nearly one-third of alcohol-related teen traffic deaths occur during April, May and June when parties and celebrations can turn dangerous and sometimes tragic for underage drinkers, according to the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control website.
Nirvana inducted to Hall of Fame
Nirvana's hits included Smells Like Teen Spirit and Heart Shaped Box. Frontman Kurt Cobain took his own life in 1994 Grunge band Nirvana have been enlisted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, alongside the likes of Kiss and Beatles manager Brian Epstein.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Nawaz for stronger economic ties among Asian states
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has urged the Asian countries to make coordinated efforts for realising the goal of economic prosperity.
Things to do in Hernando County this weekend
The 63rd annual Hernando County Fair continues through Saturday with fun for the entire family, including rides, games, food, live entertainment, contests, livestock show, demolition derby, arts and crafts and much more.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Youth unemployment service facing axe
The federal government is set to axe a service that has steered thousands of western Sydney's young people into jobs.
The Williams Lake Tribune
Lost in the Shadows: Lack of mental health services explored in report
A report into the tragic death of an Anaham teen shines a harsh light on the lack of mental health services available to families and children in crisis.
Changing W Cape communities from within
Youth at risk of being caught up in gangsterism can change their lives if they grab the opportunities the government offers them, says the writer Picture: Willem Law The Western Cape provincial government is funding many programmes to help vulnerable young people uplift their lives, writes Dan Plato.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Venatol's No Limits Florida Gala Award Winners at The Special Event 2014
The Red-carpet Awards presentation Event will take place at the Presidents Banquet Center in Daytona Beach April 7th 2014 for the Region Central Florida.
ESPERANZA: Youth & Family Field Counselor
Description Esperanza is a community-based alternative-to-incarceration program working with young people who have cases in family and/or adult court.