Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Division of Juvenile Justice Local Education Agency
The DJJ operates its own LEA recognized by the California Education Authority, and maintains three accredited high schools. Youth attend classes to work toward their high school diploma or GED. They also offer (apparently limited) post-secondary course work and CTE classes. Because the DJJ is a recognized LEA, each school it operates must publish a School Accountability Report Card detailing the educational services provided and outcomes.