State reported indicators of racial and ethnic disparities updated.

The Juvenile Justice GPS has updated the reported data topic of the racial and ethnic fairness section. This update summarizes publicly available racial and ethnic fairness indicator data reported by states.  Currently, twenty-two states report annual indictor data in agency publications or interactive data dashboards. 
The reported data topic also summarizes publicly available point-in-time research assessments published by states.  These assessments explore in greater detail why racial and ethnic disparities exist in state systems and often include state-specific recommendations for reducing or eliminating the disparities.


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