Children's Law Center executive director Judith Sandalow is quoted in the Christian Science Monitor discussing the recent "free-range" parenting debate. The article focuses on exploring what constitutes neglect.
Judith Sandalow is quoted in the Washington Post discussing the ongoing debate over free-range parenting.
Executive Director Judith Sandalow was a guest on NPR's The Kojo Nnamdi Show to discuss the recent free-range parenting debate, and how it misses a larger point about child neglect.
Children's Law Center was joined by former director of the White House Domestic Policy Council Melody Barnes at WilmerHale on April 16 for a discussion on the future of helping disconnected youth.
Read the latest blog by Executive Director Judith Sandalow, who talks about the need for progress in the District's mental health services, as outlined in Children's Law Center's recently released mental health report card.
The Washington Post writes about findings in Children's Law Center's 2015 Children's Mental Health Report Card. The Post highlights improvements the District has made in the past year, which allowed them to reach 3,000 more children than ever before.
Executive director Judith Sandalow is quoted in the article:
Children’s Law Center's report on DC's high truancy rates was the focus of an editorial in the Washington Post. The editorial quotes the report released last week by Children's Law Center and DC Lawyers for Youth. The editorial quotes the report and urges city leadership to intensify their efforts to figure out which practices are effective and which may be counterproductive.
Listen to Judith Sandalow and Daniel Okonkwo, executive director of DC Lawyers For Youth (DCLY), discuss the recent report released by Children's Law Center and DCLY on Monday.
Judith, Daniel, and host Harold Fisher discussed why kids miss scool, how new anti-truancy programs have helped, what interventions have worked, and how putting kids in court does not work to drive down District truancy rates.
Local NPR station 88.5 WAMU reports on the release of DC Lawyers for Youth and Children's Law Center's report on the District's truancy policies. Children's Law Center executive director Judith Sandalow is quoted commenting on the fact that truancy policies in DC don't address the underlying causes of why children miss school.
Lawyers from across Washington, DC, competed throughout last year to raise funds for Children’s Law Center and help DC’s most vulnerable kids. The winners in three categories based on firm size were named this year’s Champions for Children: