The School of Law's Center for Families, Children and the Courts and its growing Truancy Court Program will partner with the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services to provide early intervention and services to truant city students under DJS supervision in a new approach called the Truancy Collaborative.
The Center for Families, Children and the Courts recently added two staff members to its growing Truancy Court Program team. They will provide expertise and support to CFCC's initiative to address the truancy and drop-out crisis in Baltimore City's public schools.
As part of the University of Baltimore's celebration of Constitution Day on Sept. 17, the School of Law will present a special discussion featuring two professors who will consider the flexibility of the founding document.
TODAY: The Center for Families, Children and the Courts seeks volunteers to assist in its growing Truancy Court Program. Come find out how you can help by attending a special session today at noon in the School of Law's Venable Baetjer Howard Moot Court Room.