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

Participatory Action Research: Understanding your Districts Discipline Data

What are the opportunities to use data for greater leverage toward systemic change? This video/training explores a dialogue that complicates our relationship with data and goes beyond traditional inquiries into just the numbers. Centering CADRE’s work with parents in South LA, we will explore participatory action research that analyzes implementation, how data in the hands of the community builds power, and what responsibilities we have when using data in our advocacy.

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