The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments (NCSSLE) has released Addressing the Root Causes of Disparities in School Discipline, a guide that provides tools and a process for practitioners to determine whether discipline disparities exist in their schools as well as to address them.
Center for Civil Rights Remedies releases an unprecedented analysis of school discipline data for every district in the nation, estimating 18 million days of lost instruction in just one year due to exclusionary disciplinary practices.
GSA Network, Crossroads Collaborative and the Advancement Project have released reports and recommendations to address school discipline disparities among LGBTQ youth.
The national Dignity in Schools Campaign has released new guidelines on school pushout and charter schools.
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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.
School suspension and expulsion rates are down in Washington, DC public charter schools nine months after DC Public Schools, DC Public Charter School Board, the Office of the Deputy Mayor of Education, and the Office of the State Superintendent of Education jointly released first ever equity reports.