How educators can help transform classrooms and school climates
If an African American male student is suspended, there’s a 90
percent chance he’ll end up in prison some time in his life. In
2013-14, there were half a million suspensions in California
schools, many those of black and brown children. These statistics
make equity in education one of the great civil rights struggles
of our time, said Ali Cooper, the executive director of the
Restorative Schools Vision Project.