By June of 2023, Probation will seek to increase the number of youth of color on track to graduate to 50%. These youth are participants in the Student Success Program (SSP).
|Increase the number of youth served with social emotional and culturally responsive interventions (for Probation students) and implement practices with education partners.
||Provide employment services to probation students to support prosocial and school engagement.
||Partner with community-based organizations to develop parent engagement groups to support student engagement/credit accruals.
||Leverage the department's Race Equity Initiative and trainings to increase the capacity of staff/partners to contribute to equitable outcomes for youth of color.
|1.B.iii, 1.C.ii, 5.D.i
||50% Percent of youth on track to graduate
Increasing credit accruals supports probation YOC to increase graduation rates and access to higher ED/Voc/Trade school; earn livable wages; increase public safety.