Resources

THE $746 MILLION A YEAR SCHOOL-TO-PRISON PIPELINE: The Ineffective, Discriminatory, and Costly Process of Criminalizing New York City Students

Young people are at the forefront of growing movement demanding that New York City divest from punitive, ineffective, costly, and discriminatory disciplinary policies, and instead invest in creating schools that respond to student needs and provide all students with access to opportunities necessary to thrive in school and beyond. The Young People’s School Justice Agenda, developed by youth leaders, highlights the vision for supportive and inclusive schools. Read the report.