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Alternatives to Exclusionary School Disciplinary Practices

Thursday, November 3, 2016 10:56
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In a new Director's Corner, National Institute of Justice Director Nancy Rodriguez discusses several projects under the Comprehensive School Safety Initiative that address concerns about exclusionary school disciplinary practices related to increased likelihood of student involvement in the juvenile or criminal justice system. Since the inception of the initiative in 2014, NIJ has launched 22 projects valued at over $52 million that focus on understanding school suspensions and expulsions and evaluating innovative school discipline approaches. To read the message, go to http://nij.gov/about/director/Pages/rodriguez-alternatives-to-exclusionary-school-disciplinary-practices.aspx.

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