Incarcerated youth filled planters with soil to plant a vegetable garden at the Barry J Nidorf Juvenile Hall in Sylmar. The youth are working under the direction of Scott Budnick, producer of the Hangover movies, who is passionate about juvenile justice issues and is on the Sylmar juvenile hall campus to work on the garden with the youth. A new study shows that youth confinement rates are falling.
Incarcerated youth filled planters with soil to plant a vegetable garden at the Barry J Nidorf Juvenile Hall in Sylmar. The youth are working under the direction of Scott Budnick, producer of the Hangover movies, who is passionate about juvenile justice issues and is on the Sylmar juvenile hall campus to work on the garden with the youth. A new study shows that youth confinement rates are falling. Al Seib MCT
Incarcerated youth filled planters with soil to plant a vegetable garden at the Barry J Nidorf Juvenile Hall in Sylmar. The youth are working under the direction of Scott Budnick, producer of the Hangover movies, who is passionate about juvenile justice issues and is on the Sylmar juvenile hall campus to work on the garden with the youth. A new study shows that youth confinement rates are falling. Al Seib MCT

Lewis Diuguid: Youth confinement is declining, but unfortunately so are dollars committed to education

February 24, 2016 04:00 PM