Model Code on Education & Dignity

The DSC model code gives specific recommendations to reform school discipline policies using the human rights framework. Also includes background on education, pushout, and what each right means in the context of education/discipline reform. This Model Code is based on the best practices, research and personal experiences of students, parents and educators from around the country.  This human rights framework envisions an educational system where schools adapt to meet the academic, social and emotional needs of every student; where students, parents, and teachers all participate in decisions affecting education; where all students are treated with dignity and attend school free from discrimination of any kind; and where communities play a central role in monitoring education policies and practices to continuously improve educational outcomes for students. 

Resources on the Model Code on Education & Dignity