Center on Race and Social Problems

Just Discipline: and the School-to-Prison Pipeline In Greater Pittsburgh

The Center on Race and Social Problems is delighted to announce the publication of a research report detailing glaring racial disparities in out of school school suspension rates.   Because out of school suspensions are associated with negative academic, social and economic consequences that reverberate throughout the life of a student, his or her family and his or her broader community, these disparities need to be addressed and alternative models of discipline explored.  Download your copy of the report here.

Glaring racial disparities in out-of-school suspensions results in negative consequences for students, their families and their broader communities.  This report details the problem and suggests some potential solutions. Get your copy here.