GSA Network, Crossroads Collaborative and the Advancement Project have released reports and recommendations to address school discipline disparities among LGBTQ youth.
Blog: October 2014
The national Dignity in Schools Campaign has released new guidelines on school pushout and charter schools.
Today, the American Institutes for Research (AIR) launches the National Clearinghouse on Supportive School Discipline (NCSSD) website to support educational practitioners in their efforts to transform the conditions contributing to tragic school shootings as well as harsh, exclusionary and disproportionate disciplinary practices.
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All public and private educational settings should provide nurturing environments that support student learning and development. Unfortunately, some students with emotional and behavioral challenges and disorders experience seclusion or restraint instead.
Each year, more than 3 million students are suspended from school for disciplinary reasons, the majority of whom are African American and/or students with a disability. Many students are suspended multiple times in the school year, and many of those suspensions are a result of the discretion of school staff.