For Youth Offenders Alternatives to Incarceration Offer Hope

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Rachel Stendahl

In the greater Seattle region, youth who have already been sentenced get outdoors in an experiment that combines science and service.

A shove on a playground. A pair of shears meant for an art project. Pepper spray carried for a dangerous walk to school and left in a backpack during first period . . .

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