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Cathy Weiss calls on Governor Corbett to invest in our children's future by properly funding schools in The Philadelphia Public School Notebook blog.
National Network of Hospital-based Violence Intervention Programs (NNHVIP) interviews Fellow Ted Corbin.
Dr. Ted Corbin was interviewed by on his Healing Hurt People program. Dr. Corbin shares information about Healing Hurt People, and offers insights on what motivated him to start it.
Stoneleigh Fellow Gregg Volz shared his thoughts on the value of youth courts in an interview with WHYY Radio on October 27, 2011. 
The Delaware County Bar Association hosted a Continuing Legal Education for lawyers on youth courts and how to train students to operate them.  
An analysis of federal data showed that in 2009 alone, at least 14,000 children entered foster care in the United States due to parental incarceration.
The Pennsylvania Bar Association unanimously passed a resolution calling for the establishment of a state-wide Youth Court Advisory Board to expand youth courts and support youth court legislation.     
Stoneleigh Fellow Danielle Sered was named to the Advisory Council for the New York State Office of Victim Services for a three-year term ending on June 30, 2014. 
Sophia Hwang's paper, "Mapping Competencies to Assess Trainings for Public Health Workforce", was selected by the American Public Health Association (APHA) for poster presentation at its 139th Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. 
Stoneleigh Foundation welcomes Laurence Steinberg, PhD, to the Board and acknowledges the contributions of Frank Furstenber, PhD, who is cycling off this year as Board member.