Youth are informed and entrusted to make decisions about their own education and future.
Youth have adult support in their education before, during and after involvement in the juvenile justice system.
After being charged or adjudicated delinquent, youth remain in the same school whenever feasible or enroll in a new school in their home community.
Youth involved in the juvenile justice system who are educated in the community receive access to the full range of educational opportunities and supports.
Youth in juvenile justice placements receive a high quality educational experience that enables them to stay on track academically.
Youth in juvenile justice placements are educated in a supportive, positive school environment where they feel safe and have a voice.
Youth have access to high quality career pathways programs, especially in juvenile justice placements.
Youth receive supports to prepare for, enter, and complete post-secondary education and training.
Youth have smooth transitions between home schools and juvenile justice placements and receive effective reentry planning and supports.