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school-to-prison pipeline

Dianna Douglas

The last two decades have seen a rise in the number of police officers in middle and high schools. One unintended consequence is that many students will get criminal records long before they graduate, for offenses that aren’t necessarily criminal.

Suspensions Fall Out Of Favor For Texas Educators

Mar 24, 2015
Christina Ulsh / KERA News

Suspending rowdy students has long been a popular way for schools to keep order in their classrooms. New research shows that this punishment is counterproductive and is administered unequally to minorities and kids with disabilities.