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February 19, 2013

With New Effort, Denver Tackles School-to-Prison Pipeline

School-based police officers and school administrators will first have to try to de-escalate school incidents whenever possible and determine what really requires police involvement.

February 13, 2013

Teacher Chucks Classroom Rules, Consequences

Can a classroom manage itself?

February 11, 2013

How One District Improved 'Conditions for Learning'

The Cleveland, Ohio, district now heeds the early signs students may be in trouble, revamped in-school suspension, and installed a social-emotional learning program for all elementary students.

February 06, 2013

School Discipline in the Spotlight

A series of Education Week articles in recent months highlights some districts' approaches to shifting away from out-of-school suspension and expulsion.

January 17, 2013

Mississippi Criticized for Harsh Discipline Policies

In a new report, civil rights groups say Mississippi is in the throes of a school-to-prison pipeline crisis.

December 31, 2012

Some Picks for Favorite Posts (So Far)

In this space, we've tried to bring you the latest news about student engagement, school climate, discipline, and student health and nutrition. We hope we've succeeded.

December 19, 2012

Delaware District Agrees to Address Disparate Discipline Practices

A statistical analysis found black students who engaged in behavior similar to white students were punished more harshly than white students.

December 13, 2012

Policies Proposed, Change Demanded to End 'School-to-Prison Pipeline'

At a U.S. Senate hearing, speakers outlined how bad behavior at school, once handled in house, is now triggering juvenile arrests that derail students' education.

December 12, 2012

Ending 'School-to-Prison Pipeline' Subject of U.S. Senate Hearing

Federal lawmakers will hear ideas about how to keep schoolhouse infractions from turning students into juvenile delinquents, repeat offenders, high school dropouts, or lifelong criminals.

December 04, 2012

Court Upholds $1M Award in N.Y. School Race-Harassment Case

A federal appeals court has upheld a $1 million jury award against a New York district in a case involving persistent racial harassment of a student by his peers.

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