school to prison pipeline
"Black children cannot have that sort of thing on their record," his mother said. "You are reducing his chances at success."
We spoke with Anna Deavere Smith about Parkland, the school-to-prison pipeline, and her new HBO film, 'Notes from the Field.'
Filmmakers Jeremy Levine and Landon Van Soest talk about their new documentary and how some youths labeled as bad kids are a product of larger failures in society, not their own.
Black female students can't have an opportunity to succeed if they're being criminalized in the classroom.
"I thought I was going to get locked up, expelled from school or something."
The aftermath of a nasty scene at a Detroit public high school raises fresh doubts about whether cops should be disciplining students.
The viral video of the now-fired South Carolina cop throwing a student to the floor is leading many to question if "school resource officers" are really all that necessary.
The law-enforcement system isn’t designed for children—just about the only thing it can do is send people to jail, which in nearly every case is a horrific overreaction when it comes to kids being dumb. The police can be one of the most destructive...