Counsel or Criminalize? Why Students of Color Need Supports, Not Suspensions
October 12, 2016 | Emily Taylor
This report from the Center for American Progress outlines issues facing students of color, including greater likelihood of traumatic experiences and poverty, lack of school-based services and “higher incidence of suspension, expulsion, and even contact with law enforcement.” The report also provides policy recommendations to address these issues.
Read the report on the need for improved mental health supports in schools»