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Justice-Involved Youth review protocol

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  • The objective of this review is to determine the quality of existing causal evidence of programs that aim to improve the employment, earnings, education, or recidivism outcomes of youth involved in the justice system. Examples include programs that divert youth from further justice system involvement, provide mentoring or other community-based supports, or facilitate successful reentry from juvenile incarceration.
  • This topic area includes causal impact studies only.
  • To identify this set of studies, CLEAR compiled studies identified for two other systematic reviews, as well as studies identified from additional research repositories. Therefore, this is not a systematic review.
Released Date
February, 2021