School-Justice Partnership Program Students with behavioral health needs are disproportionately subject to exclusionary school discipline and school-based arrests. These experiences often place them on a pathway from school misbehavior to juvenile justice system involvement, resulting in a range of poor outcomes. The purpose of this project is to enhance collaboration and coordination among schools, mental and behavioral health specialists, law enforcement and juvenile justice officials to help students succeed in school and prevent negative outcomes for youth and communities. The NCMHJJ serves as a core partner in this work, which is spearheaded by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges through a grant from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Project efforts directly support targeted sites in implementation of supportive school discipline approaches and provide information for the field through development of tools, training materials, and other resources.