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Overcoming Language and Culture Barriers Using Evidence-Based Practices

Published Apr 29, 2008, National Council of La Raza (NCLR)

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Summary, remarks and speaker biographies from the workshop "Defeating Language and Culture Barriers Using Evidence-Based Practices" held at the The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) 2007 Annual Conference, during which experts discussed the importance and effectiveness of culturally and linguistically competent services for Latino youth who are at risk or are already involved with the juvenile justice system.

Reform areas: Evidence-based practices, Racial-ethnic fairness/DMC

States: Pennsylvania

Categories: Racial-ethnic fairness/DMC

Tags: NCLR

Uploaded Jan 13, 2009


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