Written Testimony of Texas Appleseed, Hearing: “Ending the School to Prison Pipeline

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Texas Appleseed makes a strong case to policy makers why punitive zero tolerance¬†policies related to discipline don’t promote good outcomes for students. They offer well thought out written testimony of real cases of school push out and provide viable alternative solutions with proven success.

 

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