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OSI Awards Nearly $500,000 in Fellowships to City Residents Working with Disadvantaged Groups
This is the sixth year in a row that OSI has offered 10 area residents almost $500,000 in grants to design and undertake projects to help make life better for Baltimore’s underserved and disadvantaged. The fellows will receive $48,750 each to work full time for 18 months implementing creative strategies to assist marginalized of disadvantaged communities in Baltimore City. more
Maryland Court of Appeals Addresses Right to Counsel in Civil Cases
The Maryland Court of Appeals issued its decision in Frase v. Barnhart, an important case brought by the Public Justice Center, an OSI–Baltimore grantee.  more
Poll Shows Maryland Voters Favor Shorter Sentences and Drug Treatment for Non-Violent Crimes
Most respondents support substantial criminal justice reforms. more
Steps to Success: The Baltimore Drug and Alcohol Treatment Outcomes Study
Steps to Success is the largest and most rigorously conducted drug treatment outcomes study that focuses on a single city. more
Alternatives to Zero Tolerance School Discipline Policies
Apr. 21, 2004
Pedro Noguera, a professor of communities and schools at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, will discuss specific strategies schools may utilize as an alternative to zero-tolerance discipline policies.  more
School Discipline and the Juvenile Justice System
Feb. 11, 2004
Judith Browne, a senior attorney at the Advancement Project, will speak about the links between school discipline policies and the juvenile justice system and provide highlights from the Advancement Project’s two most recent reports. more
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