School-to-Prison Pipeline

The congresswoman has a bill to combat the disproportionately punitive discipline of Black and brown students in school.
A new government watchdog report shows how black students and students with disabilities are punished more severely.
Yet they're also more likely to say that U.S. schools are safe.
Communities often look to increase school cops after tragedies like the one in Florida. That can be bad for minority children.
Expelling kids from school denies them the chance to become better citizens.
The U.S. took in Asian refugees after the Vietnam War, only to put many on a deportation path. A record number could be fed into this system in 2018.
The 5-year-old allegedly said he couldn't take his backpack off or it would explode.
How one state supports its teenagers while a neighboring state punishes them.
School-based police officers are paid to protect our kids. But sometimes they do more harm than good.
By Christopher Zoukis Christopher Zoukis is the author of College for Convicts: The Case for Higher Education in American