Monthly Archives: April 2013

Opinion Editorial – NC lawmakers widening the school-to-prison pipeline

NC lawmakers widening the school-to-prison pipeline

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Advocates for Children’s Services and the Civil Rights Project at UCLA file complaint with Office for Civil Rights discriminatory school discipline policies

Complaint against the Durham Public School District under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Durham Public Schools punish Black students and students with disabilities at higher rates than

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Action for Children NC releases new report on corporal punishment in NC

Corporal Punishment in North Carolina Public Schools: Down, But Not Quite Out Report: Corporal Punishment on the Decline in N.C. Corporal Punishment Use Continues Decline in N.C. Editorial-End It: Hitting kids doesn’t educate them Corporal punishment declines in schools

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