Hofstra Law Review


This Article is divided into several parts. First, we discuss the background and findings of P.E.A.C.E.'s pilot programs. Next, we analyze why the grass roots movement to create court-based educational programs, of which P.E.A.C.E. is representative, has evolved so rapidly. Then, we address the concerns that some groups have raised that P.E.A.C.E. may have a disparate and negative impact on women. Finally, and most importantly, we outline an administrative structure that a state judiciary can create to promote the development of parent education programs.

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