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Fight for Survival in the Age of Global Crisis of Capital & The School-Prison-Pipeline
Prashad, V. (2005). Second-Hand Dreams. Social Analysis: The International Journal of Social and Cultural Practice, 49(2), 191-198. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org.brooklyn.ezproxy.cuny.edu/stable/23178881
Building, staffing, and insulating: An architecture of criminological complicity in the school-to-prison pipeline.
Schept, J., Wall, T., & Brisman, A. (2015). Building, staffing, and insulating: An architecture of criminological complicity in the school-to-prison pipeline. Social Justice, 41(4), 96-115. Retrieved from https://brooklyn.ezproxy.cuny.edu/login?url=https://search-proquest-com.brooklyn.ezproxy.cuny.edu/docview/1713975672?accountid=7286
Educational Law and Social Justice Forum Presents: The School-to-Prison & School-to-Deportation Pipelines, 5/17/2013
The School to Prison Pipeline refers to a national trend in which school policies and practices are increasingly resulting in criminalizing students rather than educating them. Statistics indicate that the number of suspensions, expulsions, dropouts or “pushouts,” and juvenile justice confinements is growing. Moreover, there is a disproportionate impact on students of color and students with disabilities and emotional problems. In this issue, we invite authors to examine the policy implications, the political ramifications, and the causes and possible solutions to this problem. Moreover, what are these policies teaching our children?