Realizing the Full Vision of School Discipline Reform
A Framework for Statewide Change
This report draws on the experience of five states to present strategies that all states can use to achieve significant reductions in their use of suspensions. The report also offers recommendations for applying a data-driven approach to ensure that school discipline reforms not only reduce suspensions, but also foster supportive learning environments and ultimately improve outcomes for all students.
A new training program will help law enforcement agencies transform their juvenile probation programs to adopt more developmentally…Read More
A new training program will help law enforcement agencies transform their juvenile probation programs to adopt more developmentally appropriate practices.Read More
Michigan is one of 17 states that not only offers advanced education opportunities behind bars, but also ensures that the programs offered inside correctional facilities translate to the skills employers need outside of them.Read More
Former inmates need jobs and employers are looking for workers. So where's the disconnect?Read More
A new 50-state report reveals how state policies fail to support—and often restrict—incarcerated people from accessing continued education.Read More