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According to the Anti-Defamation League, the School-to-Prison Pipeline "refers to the school policies and procedures that drive many of our nation's schoolchildren into a pathway the begins in school and ends in the criminal justice system." Largely due to "zero tolerance" policies, 3.3 million students are suspended or expelled from schools each year. Such strict policies also more likely to impact marginalized groups than anyone else.
When looking for articles, you might want to start with Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full Text and simply search "school to prison pipeline" for relevant results. You can use "school to prison pipeline" in ERIC as well.
Help is available! Contact Cathy Dwyer, Subject Librarian for Criminal Justice, at (518) 442-3699 or firstname.lastname@example.org - or drop by during Cathy's office hours on Mondays, 4-7pm.
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