View profile

#186: Vanishing Youth Violence

Youth violence is way down, especially in California. But that doesn’t mean juvenile halls are closin
The Highlighter
#186: Vanishing Youth Violence
By Mark Isero • Issue #186 • View online
Youth violence is way down, especially in California. But that doesn’t mean juvenile halls are closing. Find out why in this week’s lead article, and ready yourself for outrage when you find out how much money counties are spending to incarcerate young people. Optional: Record your outrage here.
Also in today’s issue, you’ll find well-written articles on the inspiring impact of a mobile school in San Francisco, the lasting effects of the school shooting in Columbine, and the unfortunate reality of rodents living among us. Please enjoy!

Vanishing Violence: Empty Cells, Rising Costs
A High School on a Bus in San Francisco
Tuana, who belongs to loyal reader Katherine, enjoys sunbathing, watching telenovelas, hiking, and kayaking. Want your pet to appear in The Highlighter? hltr.co/pets
Tuana, who belongs to loyal reader Katherine, enjoys sunbathing, watching telenovelas, hiking, and kayaking. Want your pet to appear in The Highlighter? hltr.co/pets
The Wounds That Won’t Heal: Columbine Survivors, 20 Years Later
There’s No Way To Escape Rats
So sad, no more articles. Thank you for reading this week’s issue, and please hit reply or use the thumbs below to tell me what you thought. Also, let’s welcome this week’s new subscribers Tre, Tse-Sung, Renee and Shalini. Thank you for trying out the newsletter. Hope it’s a good match!
If you like The Highlighter, tell your friends. (Amanda did!) Look at the things you can do:
On the other hand, if you like the newsletter only so-so, please unsubscribe. See you next Thursday at 9:10 am!
Did you enjoy this issue?
Become a member for $3 per month
Don’t miss out on the other issues by Mark Isero
Mark Isero

The best of the week on race, education, and culture.

You can manage your subscription here
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here
Powered by Revue