Results: "school-to-prison pipeline"

Read: ACLU Nebraska: SRO Programs Fuel School-to-Prison Pipeline

ACLU Nebraska: SRO Programs Fuel School-to-Prison Pipeline

A study from ACLU Nebraska found its schools’ SRO programs vary greatly and most don’t properly track students’ arrests or law enforcement referrals.

DOJ: Miss. County Operates ‘School-to-Prison Pipeline’

Dept. of Ed Urges K-12s to Address ‘School-to-Prison Pipeline’

Read: Here’s a Bullying Prevention Strategy That Actually Works

Here’s a Bullying Prevention Strategy That Actually Works

This non-punitive bullying prevention program has shown to reduce the frequency of bullying in 88 percent of cases.

Read: Texas Schools See Surge in Student Arrests Following Parkland

Texas Schools See Surge in Student Arrests Following Parkland

There were 1,560 referrals for terroristic threats this school year, compared to the annual average of 823 referrals in the past five school years.

Read: Broward District Officials Admit Stoneman Douglas Shooter Assigned to Controversial Student Discipline Program

Broward District Officials Admit Stoneman Douglas Shooter Assigned to Controversial Student Discipline Program

The Stoneman Douglas shooter was referred to the district’s PROMISE program four years ago for vandalism at his middle school.

Read: ACLU Sues SRO for Handcuffing 2 Students with Disabilities

ACLU Sues SRO for Handcuffing 2 Students with Disabilities

A Kentucky school resource officer was videotaped handcuffing two students with disabilities as a punishment for acting out in class.

Read: Reading, Writing and Arithmetic? Let’s Add a 4th ‘R’ to School Curricula: Relating

Reading, Writing and Arithmetic? Let’s Add a 4th ‘R’ to School Curricula: Relating

Schools must teach relationship skills so that campus safety and security programs can be fully optimized.

Study Shows LGBTQ Youth Subject to Discrimination by School Authorities

The report looks at how the ways youths identify themselves impacts their experience with school discipline, harassment and criminalization.

Dept. of Ed Awards School Safety and Climate Grants

The more than $70 million that has been awarded is designed to make schools safer, reduce gun violence and improve mental health services.

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