Racial Equity Resource Guide


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The School Discipline Consensus Report: Strategies from the Field to Keep Students Engaged in School and Out of the Juvenile Justice System

Organization: The Council of State Governments Justice Center


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The School Discipline Consensus Report was designed to be a guide for officials in education, health, law enforcement and juvenile justice and their partners in schools and communities across the nation committed to using collaborative approaches to provide a safe and engaging learning environment for all students. The report presents policy statements to guide multidisciplinary approaches to meet the needs of both youth and educators while addressing student misbehavior and strategies that explain how to implement these policies. The recommendations presented in this report represent the collective input from more than 100 advisors, parents and youth and approximately 600 additional practitioners, researchers, policymakers and agents of change.

The goal of this report was to provide real-world approaches to school discipline practices, based on the latest research and taking into account the context in which policies and practices are developed as well as examples of how communities are putting into effect the proposed changes.




Related Organizations

The Council of State Governments Justice Center

The Council of State Governments Justice Center is a national nonprofit organization that serves policymakers at the local, state and federal levels from all branches of government.


Tagged with: Organization Alliance, Research For Action, Professional Development, Addressing Laws, Policy and Justice, Maryland, New York, Texas, Washington, Washington DC

Related Resources

Breaking the Rules: A Statewide Study of How School Discipline Relates to Students’ Success and Juvenile Justice Involvement

“Breaking the Rules: A Statewide Study of How School Discipline Relates to Students’ Success and Juvenile Justice Involvement” is a research report designed to improve policymakers’ understanding of who is suspended and expelled from public secondary schools and the impact of those removals on students’ academic performance and juvenile justice system involvement.


Tagged with: Research for Action, Racial Healing, Addressing Laws, Policy and Justice, Education, Articles, Select Papers / Booklets

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