New Publication! Judicially-Led Responses to the School Pathways to the Juvenile Justice System Project: An Overview of the Lessons Learned
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Webinar Opportunity! Developing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Your School-Justice Partnership Webinar
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Latest News & Events
Nov. 1, 2016 - The Office for Civil Rights and the U.S. Department of Education releases new resources on the 2013-14 Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC)
The Office for Civil Rights (OSR) has released resources corresponding to the 2013-14 Civil Rights Data Collection. The CRDC "is a powerful tool that not only enhances OCR's enforcement work but also informs student, parent, and educator decisions, and helps researchers, advocates, and the public to identify and shine a light on systemic concerns." Visit the CRDC Reporting Website at http://ocrdata.ed.gov to view the data for the 2013-14 school year. This CRDC Report Website "contains summaries of selected facts, detailed data tables, data analysis tools, and special reports for the 16,758 school districts and 95,507 schools that completed the 2013-14 CRDC." The OSR has created a contact information database and can be accessed at www.ed.gov/civ-rts-coordinators for civil rights coordinators (Title IX coordinators, 504/Title II disability coordinators, and Title VI coordinators) of school districts in the U.S. Lastly, the OSR has "issued an updated First Look document summarizing some of the national trends on key equity indicators as well as updated Chronic Absenteeism data story." For additional questions or information about the 2013-14 CRDC, click here to visit the OCR's website.
Sept. 6, 2016 - Morrilton, Arkansas, School Resource Officer Is "Keeping Students Safe" through Ride Along Karaoke
School Resource Officer Phil Blaylock from Morrilton, Arkansas has taken the nationwide "carpool karaoke" and made it his own. He calls it "Cop Car Karaoke." Officer Blaylock is known for "keeping students safe" in the community and builds trust by inviting students to ride in his cop car and join him to sing in a good tune. Click here to watch the coverage by KARK News Channel 4 and his ride along videos.
November - Homeless and Youth in Foster Care
September - Family Engagement
August - Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Students
July - Tribes and Native American Youth
June - Trauma-Informed Classrooms
May - Restorative Justice
April - Memorandums of Understanding (MOU)
March - Disproportionate Minority Contact
February - The Achievement Gap
January - School Engagement and Connectedness
December - Chronic Absenteeism and Truancy
November - What are School-Based Arrests and Referrals?
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