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July 20, 2013

Delegation wants dismissed juvenile justice teachers rehired

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A Typical sentence for troubled youth is six o nin months. During this time period, Lewis feels they need to complete credits at the same level they had left off when they were removed from school and sent to the youth centers. "Currently they are receiving course work that is below their educational level or irrelevant to what is required of them to stay in step with their particular school's programs," said lewis.

Greg Larry can be contact at glarry@times-news.com.

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