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Last month, parents, advocates, and students from our member organizations Action United and the Education Rights Network held a Solutions Not Suspensions rally and testified at the Pittsburgh...
Today, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights released new data on school discipline revealing that students of color continue to be suspended, expelled and arrested in schools at...
“The college admissions process shouldn’t serve as a roadblock to opportunity, but should serve as a gateway to unlocking untapped potential of students.” – John B. King, Jr., U.S. Secretary of...
U.S. Departments of Ed & Justice Release Historic Guidance on Trans Student Rights & College Accessibility
Last week the U.S. Departments of Education (ED) and Justice (DOJ) released two historic guidance documents for schools, one on advancing civil rights for transgender students and one on improving...
Government Accountability Office Releases Report on K-12 Education, Racial Disparities & Discrimination- Details Impact of Schoo
New York- Today, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GOA) will be releasing a report on K-12 Education and how federal agencies could better use information to address discrimination. The GOA’...
Last week, DSC member Philadelphia Student Union (PSU) released a statement regarding a recent assault of PSU youth member, Brian Burney, by a school resource officer. On May 5 Brian attempted...