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Crane Foundation Boosts Impact of CFCC's Truancy Court to Citywide Levels

Crane Foundation Boosts Impact of CFCC's Truancy Court to Citywide Levels

November 20, 2007

A three-year, $277,000 grant by the Charles Crane Family Foundation will provide significant leverage for the Truancy Court Program developed by the UB School of Law's Center for Families, Children and the Courts.

Read-a-Thons for Participants in UB's Truancy Court Program

Read-a-Thons for Participants in UB's Truancy Court Program

November 1, 2007

The Truancy Court Program administered by UB's Center for Families, Children and the Courts will host two "Ober Kaler Read-a-Thons" Nov. 8 and 30 in recognition of the law firm's support of the program.

2007 Nota Bene Now Online

2007 Nota Bene Now Online

October 25, 2007

The 2007 edition of Nota Bene, the award-winning alumni magazine for the University of Baltimore School of Law, is now available online.

'Kids and Cameras' Now on Display

'Kids and Cameras' Now on Display

October 18, 2007

"Kids and Cameras: Views of Baltimore," a project in which inner city youths were given cameras to capture their everyday lives, is now on display in the School of Law's Family Justice Building, 5 W. Chase St.

Citywide Effort Seen as Best Way to Curb Truancy

Citywide Effort Seen as Best Way to Curb Truancy

October 17, 2007

A recent gathering of city officials, school leaders, private and public agency heads, and other stakeholders in the education of Baltimore City's youth agreed that they must work together to address persistent school absenteeism and its attendant problems.

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