The School To Prison Pipeline

Author: Christopher A. Mallett
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 0826194583
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This is the first truly comprehensive assessment of the “school-to-prison pipeline”—the increased risk for certain individuals, disproportionately from minority and impoverished communities, to end up ensnared in the criminal justice system because of excessively punitive disciplinary policies in schools. Written by one of the foremost experts on this topic, the book examines school disciplinary policies and juvenile justice policies that contribute to the pipeline, describes its impact on targeted, both intentionally and unintentionally, children and adolescents, and recommends a more supportive and rehabilitative model that challenges the criminalization of education and punitive juvenile justice.

The School To Prison Pipeline

Author: Catherine Y. Kim
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814763685
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Examines the relationship between the law and the school-to-prison pipeline, argues that law can be an effective weapon in the struggle to reduce the number of children caught, and discusses the consequences on families and communities.

Disrupting The School To Prison Pipeline

Author: Sofía Bahena
Publisher: Harvard Education Press
ISBN: 9780916690557
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The 'school-to-prison pieline' has received much attention in the education world over the past few years. A fast-growing and disturbing development, it describes a range of circumstances whereby children are funneled out of public schools and into the juvenile and criminal justice systems. A trenchant and wide-ranging look at this alarming national trend, 'Disrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline' is unsparing in its account of the problem while pointing in the direction of meaningful and much-needed reforms.

Deconstructing The School To Prison Pipeline

Author: Johanna Wald
Publisher: Jossey-Bass
ISBN: 9780787972271
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Schools are often the safest, most stable, and most consistent forces in the lives of many children, exerting a positive, even miraculous, influence. They are places where many children are most likely to develop healthy, positive relationships with peers and adults. However, it has become increasingly clear that the opposite also holds true for a number of children, including a high proportion of poor children of color. Some school policies can drive students out before they have obtained the skills and credentials to advance in their lives, leading to devastating and permanent consequences, particularly on youths without other safety nets or supports to draw on. More and more often, schools and prisons are being mentioned in the same sentence, the language of both institutions becoming interchangeable. This issue describes how school policies can have the effect, if not the intent, of setting youths on the "prison track." It also identifies programs and policies that can help schools maintain safety and order while simultaneously reaching out to those students most in need of structure, education, and guidance. Offering a balanced perspective, this issue begins to point the way toward less punitive, more effective, hopeful directions. This is the 99th volume of the quarterly journal New Directions for Youth Development.

Five Steps To Avoid The School To Prison Pipeline

Author: Quisha Brown
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781540544681
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This workbook is geared towards youth ages 12-19 who read through real life stories and questions contained in the 5 Steps Workbook together (with an adult facilitator). The workbook is designed to open natural restorative conversations around real life experiences which urban youth may encounter. The workbook is a story of one family's journey through the 5 Steps as they try to avoid the traps which await them in an invisible pipeline. The characters are 15 year old Jaleesa, 16 year old Robert, their Mom Latonia and their Dad Robert Sr.

Restorative Justice In Urban Schools

Author: Anita Wadhwa
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317434463
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The school-to-prison pipeline is often the path for marginalized students, particularly black males, who are three times as likely to be suspended as White students. This volume provides an ethnographic portrait of how educators can implement restorative justice to build positive school cultures and address disciplinary problems in a more corrective and less punitive manner. Looking at the school-to-prison pipeline in a historical context, it analyzes current issues facing schools and communities and ways that restorative justice can improve behavior and academic achievement. By practicing a critical restorative justice, educators can reduce the domino effect between suspension and incarceration and foster a more inclusive school climate.

The School To Prison Pipeline

Author: Nancy Heitzeg
Publisher: Praeger
ISBN: 9781440831119
Size: 78.80 MB
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This book offers a research and comparison-driven look at the school to prison pipeline, its racial dynamics, the connections to mass incarceration, and our flawed educational climate—and suggests practical remedies for change. * Provides readers with an understanding of the realities of the school to prison pipeline—its history, development, and racialized context and meaning—as well as the continued significance of race and other socially differentiating factors in shaping public policy and everyday decisions regarding "deviance," "discipline," and social control * Examines the under-explored dynamic that places a predominantly white teaching staff in schools that are predominantly schools of color, and considers the roles that stereotypes and cultural conflicts play in the labeling of students * Suggests viable options for action towards dismantling the institutionalized racism revealed by the school to prison pipeline via both policy reforms and transformational alternatives * Presents information relevant to a range of college courses, such as education, sociology of deviance, sociology of education, youth studies, legal studies, criminal justice, and racial/ethnic studies

Working With Students With Disabilities

Author: Vicki A. McGinley
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1483359727
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Working with Students with Disabilities: Preparing School Counselors by Vicki A. McGinley and Barbara C. Trolley is an essential tool for all school counselors in training and in practice with the aim to provide a comprehensive approach to working with students with disabilities in a school setting. As more students with disabilities are being included, school counselors need to have a fundamental understanding of the terminology, laws, principles, collaboration, assessment measures, and psycho-social, diversity issues associated with special education. This book continues in the trend of providing sound, evidenced-based knowledge with practical case examples and guided exercises, making the material 'come alive' and fostering critical thinking. “Finally, a book FOR school counselors that specifically addresses the needs of students with disabilities and how we can interface with the team in supporting these students.” –Nona Cabral, California Baptist University “McGinley and Trolley have brought together in one exceptional volume the vast material that modern school counselors often leave the classroom searching for – how to understand the complexities of the system in regards to students with special needs, how to best collaborate with professionals and families in meeting those needs, and how to best structure interventions and programs to move those students forward across social, emotional, and academic realms.” –Carrie Lynn Bailey, Georgia Southern University “McGinley and Trolley have crafted a text that illuminates the multifaceted responsibilities of school counselors relevant to special education. Faculty, graduate students and practicing counselors alike will find the problem-based learning approach a helpful guide for integrating the content covered in this text into their professional practice.” –Kylie P. Dotson-Blake, East Carolina University “Special education students are frequently the most marginalized group on school campuses. Working with Students with Disabilities: Preparing School Counselors points to ways school counselors can open pathways for creating a learning community that supports all students.” –Rolla E. Lewis, California State University, East Bay

From Education To Incarceration

Author: Anthony J. Nocella II
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781433123238
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The school-to-prison pipeline is a national concern, from the federal to local governments, and a leading topic in conversations in the field of urban education and juvenile justice. <I>From Education to Incarceration: Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline is a ground-breaking book that exposes the school system's direct relationship to the juvenile justice system. The book reveals various tenets contributing to unnecessary expulsions, leaving youth vulnerable to the streets and, ultimately, behind bars. <I>From Education to Incarceration is a must-read for parents, teachers, law enforcement, judges, lawyers, administrators, and activists concerned with and involved in the juvenile justice and school system. The contributors are leading scholars in their fields and experts on the school-to-prison pipeline.