Conference Materials

Overview of the School-to-Prison Pipeline and Report by the ABA Joint Task Force

STPP Symposium Articles
ASU Law Journal, July 2016

Overview of the School-to-Prison Pipeline and ABA Report
By Jason Nance

STPP Preliminary Report by the ABA Joint Task Force
By Sarah E. Redfield and Jason P. Nance

Rethinking Law Enforcement Officers in Schools
By Jason Nance
October 7, 2016
84 George Washington Law Review Arguendo 151 (2016)

Teachers, SROs Must Learn to Manage Students Without Using Justice System
By Jason Nance
September 6, 2016
Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

Strategies, Tools for Educators to Dismantle School-to-Prison Pipeline
By Jason Nance
August 11, 2016
Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

ABA Task Force Wants to Help Disrupt School-to-Prison Pipeline
By Jason Nance and Sarah Redfield
February 12, 2016
Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

The School-to-Prison Pipeline in Indian Country

National and Arizona Statistics
By Dr. Bryan Brayboy

School Resource Officers

Students, Police, and the School-to-Prison Pipeline
By Jason Nance

The Right to Remain a Student: How California School Policies Fail to Protect and Serve
The ACLU of Northern California
By Linnea Nelson

District and State Policy Recommendations for Effective School-Police Partnerships
By Nina Salomon

The School Discipline Consensus Report:  Strategies from the Field to Keep Students Engaged in School and Out of the Justice System
The Council of State Governments Justice Center

Restorative Justice Solution

JDAI at MBCI: Sharing the Journey
By Judge Kevin Briscoe

School-Justice Partnership Model: A Multi-Systemic Approach to Improving Graduation Rates
By Judge Steven Teske

Collaborative Role of Courts in Promoting Outcomes for Students: The Relationship Between Arrests, Graduation Rates, and School Safety
By Judge Steven C. Teske, Brian Huff and Cora Graves
Family Court Review, Vol. 51 No. 3, July 2013 418-426

The School Partnership Model: An Essential Element in the Algorithm of Recidivist Reduction
By Judge Steven C. Teske
A Keynote Lecture
Center for Justice Reform, Georgetown University
September 26, 2016

When Did Making Adults Mad Become a Crime? The Court’s Role in Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline
By Judge Steven C. Teske and Judge J. Brian Huff
Juvenile and Family Justice Today
Winter 2011

A Study of Zero Tolerance Policies in Schools: A Multi-Integrated Systems Approach to Improve Outcomes for Adolescents
By Judge Steven C. Teske
Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing 24 (2011) 88-97

Addressing Implicit Racial Bias

Hidden Injustice Implicit Bias Training Videos and Toolkit
American Bar Association Diversity & Inclusion 360 Commission

Addressing Implicit BiasBy Sarah Redfield and Morgan Craven

Tribal Perspective and Solutions

Healing the Spirits of the Youth: Utilizing Traditional Healing Camps for Our Most Vulnerable Relatives
By Elicia Goodsoldier

Positive Policy Implementation

ABA Resolution 115 – School-to-Prison Pipeline

Driving in the Dark? How We Unite & Shine a Light on School Discipline
By Sarah Pytalski

Are Native Youth Being Pushed Into Prison?
National Congress of American Indians (NCAI)

Key Elements of Policies to Address Discipline Disproportionality: A Guide for District and School Teams
By Cody Gion

Key Elements of Policies to Address Discipline Disproportionality: A Guide for Districts and School TeamsPositive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS) Disproportionality Policy Guidebook

 

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