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June 23, 2015

Advocates Tout L.A. Unified Budget That Restricts Spending on School Police

Advocates of restorative justice announced a victory Tuesday, as the Los Angeles Unified School District announced the reallocation of some school-policing funds toward programs meant to improve school climate.

June 19, 2015

Justice Department Resolves 'School-to-Prison Pipeline' Case in Mississippi

The federal agency sued the city of Meridian, the state of Mississippi, Lauderdale County, Miss.,Youth Court and the Youth Court Judges in 2012 alleging "systematic violations of youths' due process rights."

June 01, 2015

Discipline Through the Lens of Deeper Learning

Rich opportunities for deeper learning reside in the interactions between adults and students about behavior and life choices.

May 27, 2015

Change in Leadership Leads to Increased Suspensions in Minneapolis

Reducing suspensions was one of former Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson's top priorities. Soon after she left the job in December, the district's suspensions were on the rise.

May 27, 2015

Minneapolis School Suspensions Spike Under Interim Superintendent

Reducing suspensions was one of former Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson's top priorities. Soon after she left the job in December, the district's suspensions were on the rise.

April 24, 2015

The Absolute Best School Climate Blogging (This Week): Pondering Popularity Edition

Young students answer what makes a kid popular (hint: Instagram followers). Plus, links on engagement, race, discipline, and school safety.

April 20, 2015

Students' Race Affects How Teachers Judge Misbehavior, Study Says

A Stanford study finds that teachers recommend disciplinary action more often for black students than white ones, even for relatively minor issues like insubordination.

April 14, 2015

Leaders' Integrity Can Grow One Decision at a Time

The leaders' capacity to be consistently unbiased, fair, and equitable as decisions are made establishes the values a school and its community hold, and increases the trust they have in their leader.

April 10, 2015

The Absolute Best School Climate Blogging (This Week): Police in Schools Edition

A new data analysis by the Center for Public Integrity shows which states refer the most students to law enforcement. Plus, links on religious liberty, discipline, and the fake babies used in sex ed classes.

April 07, 2015

Will Crowd-Sourced Suspension Stories Lead to Policy Changes?

DoSomething.org, which previously asked students to tweet photos of school lunches they wanted to toss in the trash, is trying a similar strategy with stories of school suspensions.

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