Discipline Disparities Research to Practice Collaborative releases new paper: “You Can’t Fix What You Don’t Look At: Acknowledging Race in Addressing Racial Discipline Disparities”

The authors of “You Can’t Fix What You Don’t Look At: Acknowledging Race in Addressing Racial Discipline Disparities” highlight how our interactions across racial lines continue to yield differential outcomes in school discipline, with devastating consequences for many youth of

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The U.S. Departments of Education and Justice releases a guidance package to inform the efforts of those that serve juvenile justice-involved youth

This guidance package includes recommendations and federal requirements for ensuring that youth in confinement receive an education comparable to those provided in traditional public school settings.

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The Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education issues new guidance about bullying of students with disabilities

The guidance is in the form of a letter to educators detailing public schools’ responsibilities under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and Title II of Americans with Disabilities Act. If a student with a disability is being bullied, federal

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Council of State Governments releases school discipline report

The School Discipline Consensus Report: Strategies from the Field to Keep Students Engaged in School and Out of the Juvenile Justice System

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NC Department of Public Instruction Releases 2012-2013 Consolidated Data Report

Report to the North Carolina General Assembly: Consolidated Data Report, 2012-2013 NC improves on school crime, suspensions and dropout rate; Wake figures mixed School crime and violence down in CMS, North Carolina

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Advocates for Children’s Services releases a new documentary about the school-to-prison pipeline in Wake County

Mission Critical: Ending the School-to-Prison Pipeline in Wake County ‘Mission Critical’ Documentary Calls for End to School-to-Prison Pipeline School-to-prison pipeline comes to life in documentary

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Advocates for Children’s Services, and a group of other advocacy organizations, files a civil rights complaint over school policing practices

Text of complaint Federal complaint alleges police in Wake County schools target black and disabled students North Carolina Complaint Alleges Excessive Force by Police in Schools Teen Handcuffed For Cutting In Line In School Cafeteria: Complaint Black students and the

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New project aims to keep Durham youth out of the adult criminal system and provide them rehabilitative services

Durham Aims to keep kids’ records clean Promising diversion New program would allow teens to avoid arrest

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Blog Post – The school-to-prison pipeline in North Carolina Part II: Who, where and how

The school-to-prison pipeline in North Carolina Part II: Who, where and how

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Blog Post – The school-to-prison pipeline in North Carolina Part I: What, why and when

The school-to-prison pipeline in North Carolina Part I: What, why and when

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