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Zero Tolerance: Do School Suspensions Harm Students? - TIME

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Zero Tolerance: Do School Suspensions Harm Students?

School-to-Prison Pipeline: School disciplinary policies disproportionately affect Black students

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE Why we need restorative justice in our schools. School-to-Prison Pipeline: School disciplinary policies disproportionately affect Black students

Time to end the school to prison pipeline. This toolkit can help.

Purposes of Restorative Practices Circle

How High-Stakes Testing Feeds the School-to-Prison Pipeline Infographic | FairTest

How high-stakes testing feeds the school-to-prison pipeline - Infographic by FairTest, the National Center for Fair and Open Testing

Teens serving time. Is this true justice or a travesty? Go digital with this Google Apps compatible research project! Teach high school research with a topic that captivates teens – juvenile justice. Juvenile Justice Research: Teens Serving Time can be easily implemented in ELA and Social Studies. Use as a short term research project to supplement Monster by Walter Dean Myers, In Cold Blood by Truman Capote, and with the Serial podcast!

Juvenile Justice Research Project: Real Life Teens Serving Time - Google Drive

Juvenile Justice Research: Teens Serving Time

‘School-to-prison pipeline’ hearing puts spotlight on student discipline - The Washington Post

‘School-to-prison pipeline’ hearing puts spotlight on student discipline

More than 3 million students are suspended or expelled nationwide; referred to law enforcement.

Life Cycles of Inequity: A Colorlines Series on Black Men

A nascent program in Oakland schools is trying to disentangle the threads that many believe drag black boys out of classrooms and into jails.

This is a richly dense infographic on what kinds of kids grow up to become prisoners. The United States needs to ask itself some difficult questions.

The Harsh Reality Of Where Prisoners Come From

From The Christian Science Monitor: School Suspensions: Does racial bias feed the school-to-prison-pipeline?

The War on Drugs and Prison Industrial Complex Explained in Pictures: 7 Infographics You Need to See

Advancement Project: School to Prison Pipeline Infographic.

Powerful graphic on Education vs Incarceration. The first factoid alone is telling of what our priorities really are: we spend three times as much to house a prisoner than we do to educate a student? Graphic from presente.org,

Teen Faces Years in Prison for 'Sarcastic Comment' He Made on Facebook

By: Jason Killinger for Maskar Design / "Educate v. Incarcerate" / c.

Suspensions and expulsions cause more harm than good. To help close the school-to-prison pipeline, restorative practices are getting great results.

The School-to-Prison Pipeline: Time to Shut it Down Suspensions and expulsions cause more harm than good. To help close the school-to-prison pipeline, restorative practices are getting great results.

This lesson provides an opportunity for high school students to understand more about the School-to-Prison Pipeline, learn about its history and evolution and begin to plan some activities to teach others about it and take action. http://www.adl.org/education-outreach/lesson-plans/c/what-is-the-school-to-prison-pipeline.html

This Case of Alleged Juvenile Sexual Abuse By Female Prison Officers Fits a Frightening Pattern

This week on the Truth for Teachers podcast, I talked to educators about the school-to-prison pipeline and how restorative justice in the classroom (which starts with you) can change the trajectory of a child’s life. One of the toughest parts of teaching students who enter our classrooms with a lot of personal and behavioral issues is that …

How YOUR response to student behavior can change the trajectory of a child’s life

This week on the Truth for Teachers podcast, I talked to educators about the school-to-prison pipeline and how restorative justice in the classroom (which starts with you) can change the trajectory of a child’s life. One of the toughest parts of teaching students who enter our classrooms with a lot of personal and behavioral issues is that …

Save the Kids » "A national grass-roots organization working to end the school to prison pipeline"

Workshop May A Tale of Two Schools - Restorative Practices example

"As the rates of discipline have dramatically increased, disciplinary disparities on racial lines have become more pervasive.  Students of color, particularly African-American boys, account for an overwhelming number of school-enforced punishments, as well as the majority of arrests for school-related incidents around the country."

With guns drawn, police stage surprise raid on school as part of psychological drill to 'protect the children'

GOOD.is | Infographic: Infographic: New Studies Show the Impacts of High School Suspensions

School suspensions during freshman year seem to have a lasting effect on students' high school careers—but not in the way they are intended.

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