How to Teach for Black Lives at a time when 1.7 million students go to school with cops, but no counselor.

The use of police in schools has its roots in the fear and animus of desegregation. Students of color are more likely to go to a school with a law enforcement officer, more likely to be referred to law enforcement, and more likely to be arrested at school

I AM AN EDUCATOR

A new report from the ACLU, using the most recent federal data collected by the U.S. Department of Education in 2015-16, found that:

These numbers are sickening, literally, when you consider the negative impact on health this has on students without access to proper mental and physical health care–in addition to the trauma caused by police in the schools.  The report goes on to explain how students of color are the most over policed, writing,

The use of police in schools has its roots in the fear and animus of desegregation. Students of color are more likely to go to a school with a law…

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