Toolkit on Organizing to Combat the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Counselors Not Cops Platform and Resource Guide

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These DSC recommendations build on our Model Code and are based on best practices, research and experiences of students, parents, intervention workers, peace-builders and educators from around the country, and on a human rights framework for schools. They are designed so that communities and policy-makers can identify specific areas of concern and implement the recommended language, including changing laws and policies, while taking into account the diverse needs and characteristics of individual communities.

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