Action for Children releases report on North Carolina’s school-to-prison pipeline

From Push Out to Lock Up: North Carolina’s Accelerated School-to-Prison Pipeline “School -to-prison” Pipeline: Report Highlights NC’s Punitive Discipline Plugging the school-prison pipeline From school to prison in North Carolina

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Complaint by Advocates for Children’s Services spurs Durham schools to create new program for disabled students

Legal Aid Complaint Spurs Durham Schools to Create New Program for Disabled Students Legal Aid Complaint Spurs Durham Schools to Create New Program for Disabled Students Complaint yields new program for students with disabilities Durham schools to open center for

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NC Department of Public Safety consolidates adult corrections and juvenile justice into one division

Secretary Perry Announces Key Appointments, Integration of Juvenile Justice and Adult Correction The questionable consolidation of juvenile justice Children’s advocate responds to demise of Juvenile Justice Department Advocates concerned about adult, juvenile corrections consolidation Child-welfare advocates concerned about adult/youth justice

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Radio Program – How Does The “School-To-Prison Pipeline” Work In North Carolina

How Does The “School-To-Prison Pipeline” Work In North Carolina

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Advocates for Children’s Services, a project of Legal Aid of North Carolina, releases report on Wake County’s school-to-prison pipeline

The State of the School-to-Prison Pipeline in the Wake County Public School System Report critical of Wake school discipline policies New report finds active school-to-prison pipeline in Wake County Report: Wake schools suspensions a ‘prison pipeline’

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Blog Post – Not So Well-Regulated Militias in Schools

Not So Well-Regulated Militias in Schools

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Jason Langberg, Jennifer Story, and Barbara Fedders release issue brief to the new N.C. Center for Safer Schools

Youth Justice Advocates Reject Excessively Punitive Measures, Call for Research-Based Approach to Ensuring Safe and Fair Schools

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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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