Results: "school-to-prison pipeline"

Read: Study Shows SROs Work to ‘Seal Off School-to-Prison Pipelines’

Study Shows SROs Work to ‘Seal Off School-to-Prison Pipelines’

“Responses of more than 1,700 SROs from all 50 states indicate that when encountering negative, potentially criminal student behaviors, respondents seek to avoid the justice system as their preferred option.”

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: Calif. Law Bans Suspensions for Falling Asleep, Talking Back to Teachers

Calif. Law Bans Suspensions for Falling Asleep, Talking Back to Teachers

Supporters of the law believe ending “willful defiance” suspensions will help disrupt the school-to-prison pipeline.

Read: Prince George’s County School Board Votes to Keep SROs

Prince George’s County School Board Votes to Keep SROs

A recent survey of staff, parents, students and community members found 82% believe SROs are important or very important in keeping schools safe.

Read: Prince George’s County School Board to Vote on Security Personnel Arrest Powers

Prince George’s County School Board to Vote on Security Personnel Arrest Powers

Data from the last three years shows the majority of student arrests were made by security personnel and not school resource officers.

Read: More than 1,000 Parents Sign Open Letter Calling for a Ban on Facial Recognition in Schools

More than 1,000 Parents Sign Open Letter Calling for a Ban on Facial Recognition in Schools

The letter is a part of a new effort by Fight for the Future, the digital rights group behind BanFacialRecognition.com that will specifically focus on K-12 schools.

Read: Denver, Seattle Schools Terminate Police Contracts

Denver, Seattle Schools Terminate Police Contracts

The push for removing police from schools and diverting funds toward social supports for students has gained traction following the killing of George Floyd.

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.

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