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By Lynette Tannis

This ebook explores the perceptions and position of teenybopper justice educators. via learning the aid constructions of academic amenities and analysing the optimistic gains of those studying environments, Tannis evaluates how top to teach incarcerated teenagers and get ready them for his or her transition again into society.

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When the Sheriff’s Deputies come in, they’re not used to dealing with kids. . So, I walked in there and I walked down the middle of that facility. I said, “Okay, stop. ” And they did and so, the cops said, “How’d you get that done? ” I said, “Well number one, they respect me,” and I said, “That’s half the battle, is respect. ” Relationships with colleagues within the school district, with community members and organizations within Florida are also something in which Principal Alexander takes great pride.

Everybody’s not doctors and lawyers. There are mechanics and bricklayers. ” Although the capabilities of his students remain unknown, Principal Alexander wants to ensure his teachers are properly trained and equipped to provide them with the necessary educational program to help them be successful. In addition to their preparedness and the resources provided, Principal Alexander expects his teachers to build relationships with their students. He informs them of this as they return to teach each school year: I tell the teachers—.

Furthermore, Principal Alexander explained, “All of our teachers are certified reading teachers . . ” He provided an example of the training that was provided: A math teacher may not want to teach reading across the curriculum, because, how do you do it? Well, we took our math teachers, our science teachers, our history teachers and history being probably one of the easiest one, to read across the curriculum and we trained CAR– PD, reading, whatever it takes to get these teachers ready. ” Principal 36 Educating Incarcerated Youth Alexander shared, “So we’d have professional development.

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