Johnson County JJAEP
In 1995, the Texas legislature established the concept of juvenile justice alternative education programs (JJAEPs). The legislation mandated a separate educational setting to ensure safe and productive classrooms through the removal of dangerous and/or disruptive students and to address the issue of expelled youth receiving no educational services during the period of expulsion. The legislation provides for juvenile justice alternative education programs (JJAEPs) operated by county juvenile boards in counties of over 125,000 population.
The Johnson County JJAEP was established in August 2001, following the 2000 Census, and currently serves 11 Johnson County school districts including: Alvarado, Burleson, Cleburne, Crowley, Godley, Grandview, Joshua, Keene, Mansfield, Rio Vista and Venus.
Stephenie Locklear – Program Administrator
1102 E. Kilpatrick, Suite C
Cleburne, TX 76031
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