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What questions do you have about arts and juvenile justice?

Students take part in a drumming class at Camp Afflerbaugh, a juvenile detention facility in La Verne, on Wednesday afternoon, May 4, 2016. The class is put on by the Rhythm Arts Alliance and Arts for Incarcerated Youth Network. Maya Sugarman/KPCC

KPCC reporter Carla Javier is hosting an event later this month about efforts to bring arts to incarcerated youths as part of the L.A. Model – Los Angeles County's new approach to rehabilitation at its juvenile halls and camps – and she wants to know what questions you have about arts and juvenile justice. 

When it comes to the L.A. Model, the role of arts and the juvenile justice system, what do you most want to know? What are you most curious about? Carla would like to hear from you.

Your questions will help inform KPCC’s education coverage, in person, on-air and online. Enter your question and contact information below.