Baker & Taylor A teacher in a detention center school describes his experiences with Chicago's juvenile court system and the difficulties of the children who pass through it
Book News Gives a transformative view of juvenile offenders caught in the justice system, from the perspective of a teacher and observer in Chicago's Juvenile Court prison, the nation's first and largest institution of juvenile justice. Through storytelling, the author captures the lives and personalities of the youth during one year in the prison school. He dscusses what brought the children into the court system, the public's misperception of the children as predators, and what can be done to keep other children from the same fate. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Baker & Taylor The author traces his five years as a teacher and observer of Chicago's Juvenile Court prison, the nation's first and largest institution of juvenile justice, and offers real-life portraits of its inner-city youths. Tour.