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CJCJ in the news: Unique SF program aims to keep troubled kids in school

Unique SF program aims to keep troubled kids in school 

Marc Babus on working with young people in LEAP: "Usually it takes a couple of court appearances before they really believe that I am who I say I am, that I'm there for [them], that I'm their advocate," Babus said. "A vast majority learn that I'm on their side, they have a good attitude after that."

Keywords: education, Juvenile justice, LEAP, Marc Babus

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