Resources

How Can You Love The Kids But Hate The Parents? 

How Can You Love The Kids But Hate The Parents? 

On the 10th anniversary of LAUSD’s adoption of SWPBIS, CADRE parents are back with their analysis, their perspective, and their side of the story. This…

Miami-Dade County Public Schools: The Hidden Truth

Miami-Dade County Public Schools: The Hidden Truth

Power U Center for Social Change and Advancement Project, D.C. released a powerful report, Miami-Dade County Public Schools: The Hidden Truth. The report uplifts the experiences of…

Culturally Relevant Curriculum and Culturally Responsive Schools Toolkit
Week of Action Media Organizing Toolkit
Meaningful Local Engagement Under ESSA: A Handbook for LEA and School Leaders.

Meaningful Local Engagement Under ESSA: A Handbook for LEA and School Leaders.

DSC members provided input into this new resource from Partners for Each and Every Child and the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO). As…

“Rethink Discipline” Bill Package Press Relase

This is a press release to accompany the passing of a bill package to revise the state school discipline code. The Student Advocacy Center Michigan…

Let Her Learn: A Toolkit to Stop School Push Out for Girls of Color

Let Her Learn: A Toolkit to Stop School Push Out for Girls of Color

Schools are unfairly pushing girls out. They suspend girls for minor stuff—like going against strict dress codes or “talking back.” In general, schools suspend Black,…

Fix School Discipline Website

Fix School Discipline Website

DSC member Public Counsel has created the Fix School Discipline website as a resource for school superintendents, principals, teachers, parents, students, community leaders and…

Civil Rights Data Collection Webinar Slides

Civil Rights Data Collection Webinar Slides

The U.S. Department of Education (ED) conducts the Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) to collect data on key education characteristics of school districts. The Dignity…

Policing America’s Schools: An Education Week Analysis– Which Students Are Arrested the Most?

Policing America’s Schools: An Education Week Analysis– Which Students Are Arrested the Most?

In the 2013-14 school year, nearly 70,000 students were arrested in a small share of America's public schools — about 8,000 schools. While every state…