Conference Materials

 

Introductory Comments

A Snapshot of the Academic Achievement of Indigenous Students, by Dr. Bryan Brayboy

 

 

School-to-Prison Pipeline in Indian Country ASU Law Journal Symposium, Part I

The Criminalization of School Discipline and the School-to-Prison Pipeline: Problems and Solutions, by Jason Nance

“The Misidentification of Students with Disabilities: A Harm with No Foul,” Outline by Claire Raj

The Misidentification of Children with Disabilities: A Harm with No Foul (powerpoint), by Claire Raj

Exploring the Spectrum: How the Law May Advance a Social Movement, by Tiffani Darden

 

 

School-to-Prison Pipeline in Indian Country ASU Law Journal Symposium, Part II

Arizona, School Discipline and the School-to-Prison Pipeline, by Nicholas Bustamante and Jeremiah Chin

The Underplayed Reality of an Overrepresented Minority: Disparities in School Discipline for American Indians Students in Utah, by Vanessa Walsh

The School-to-Prison Pipeline in Indian Country, Poverty and Learning Disabilites: Gateway to Pipeline, by Jenifer Kasten

Supportive Relationships and Active Skill-Building Strengthen the Foundations of Resilience (Working Paper 13), Center on the Developing Child, Harvard University

Committee on Native American Child Health Advances Toxic Stress Agenda, AAP News, Volume 36, Number 3

 

 

School-to-Prison Pipeline in Indian Country Town Hall: What are the Problems?  What are the Solutions?

Ending Violence So Children Can Thrive, Attorney General’s Advisory Committee on Amerian Indian/Alaska Native Children Exposed to Violence, Executive Summary        Download Full Report

Juvenile Justice: Failing the Next Generation, A Roadmap for Making Native American Safer, pp. 149-180

Strengths through Sovereignty, Reducing the Pipeline Effect: The SRPMIC MDT Model, by Sheri Freemont

School to Prison Pipeline in Indian Country: What are the Problems? What are the Solutions?, by Dorothy (Dottie) Wodraska

Locating the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Are Our Children Being Pushed into Prison?

Court, School and Law Enforcement Collaborative Task Force: Guidelines for School in Contacting Law Enforcement

Court, School and Law Enforcement Collaborative Task Force: Guidelines for Schools in Contacting Law Enforcement, Appendix A

Court, School and Law Enforcement Collaborative Task Force: Guidelines for Schools in Contacting Law Enforcement, Appendix B – Exception Reference Guide

Antoine v. Winner School District, by Stephen Pevar

 

 

Reflections of Civil Rights in Indian Country: Where are we now?  What is next?

Pevar, Stephen, “History of Federal Indian Policy,” The Rights of Indian and Tribes

“The Kennedy Report: Robert and Edward Kennedy Understood Trust Responsibility for Indian Education in 1969. NARF Director Shares How Far We Have Come,” by John Echohawk, NIEA News, Volume 41, Issue 2

Special Message to Congress on Indian Affairs by President Richard Nixon, July 8, 1970, in Public Papers of the Presidents

Indian Self Determination and Education Assistance Act of 1975, Pub. L. No. 93-638 (codified at 25 U.S.C. Section 450)

Reflections of Civil Rights in Indian Country: The Southeast, by Dr. Denise Bates

Statement of Leonard Gorman, Executive Director, Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission; Chief of Staff, Navajo Nation Office of Legislative Counsel, August 26, 2014

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

 

Other Materials

Equitable Treatment of Minority Youth, Fourth Statewide Report Card – 2010, Arizona Commission on Minorities

Brown, Carolyn (2014) Discipline Disproportionality among American Indian Students: Expanding the Discourse (Doctoral dissertation), in the Journal of American Indian Education, Volume 53, Issue 2

Rodriguez, Nancy; Zatz, Marjorie; Beckman, Laura, Arizona’s Juvenile Justice System Disproportionate Minority Contact Assessment, Final Report, February 15, 2014

Demographic Profiles for Arizona Indian Reservations, 2010 Decennial U.S. Census and 2011 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates, Maricopa Association of Governments

Arizona Unemployment Statistics Program, Special Unemployment Report 2012

Margaret Ann Connell, American Indian Education, 1930-1970, From the Meriam Report to the Kennedy Report

Hearing before the United States Commission on Civil Rights, Phoenix, AZ, November 17-18, 1972

Hearing before the United States Commission on Civil Rights, Window Rock, AZ, October 22-24, 1973, Volume I: Testimony

Hearing before the United States Commission on Civil Rights, Window Rock, AZ, October 22-24, 1973, Volume II: Exhibits

Tucker, James Thomas; Espino, Rodolfo; Brite, Tara; Conley, Shannon; Horowitz, Ben; Walter, Zak; Zelman, Shon, Voting Rights in Arizona: 1982-2006

Whitford, Denise; Levin-Donnerstein, Deborah, Office Disciplinary Referral Patterns of American Indian Students from Elementary School through High School, February 2014

Antoine v. Winner School District, Consent Decree, December 10, 2007

Juveniles in Residential Placement, 2011, U.S. Department of Justice Report

Native American Education 2013, Summary Report, Arizona Department of Education

 

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