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Paper background: Nationally, at least one in three juvenile justice system inma
Paper background: Nationally, at least one in three juvenile justice system inmates has a condition that qualifies them for special education assistance under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, over four times the percentage of adolescents in public schools (IDEA). 51.67% of youth committed to adult prisons have prior involvement in special education system. This suggests, due to an unmet special education need in the community, a substantial percentage of kids with special education and mental health needs end up in the juvenile justice system. New Jersey's incarcerated population as a whole has been cut in half over the past decade, and the state's incarcerated population has been declining steadily since 2010. The state's juvenile Justice facilities now has only 328 juveniles in custody or under supervision(2022) Also in 2022 march, compared with more than 900 a decade ago(2015). Please analysis current New Jersey special education policy/strategies to find out the possible reasons why there’s a decline. Paper requirement: 2 pages, single space, APA style. No less than 5 references. Please break down the paper into 4 parts: 1. Background (no more than 150 words) 2. Overall New Jersey Policy changes 3. NJ special education funding changes 4. summary Resources could be useful:
Sweeping new policies required for special education in state prisons, following lawsuit
Recent Developments in Special Education Law

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