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

This resource presents 2014-2018 slides from a CRDC webinar about how to access and analyze federal school discipline data for use in advocacy work. The U.S. Department of Education (ED) conducts the Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) to collect data on key education characteristics of school districts. DSC, in partnership with the ACLU of Pennsylvania did a webinar in December of 2016 to share skills on how to access and interpret these data.

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