Students in the Los Angeles Unified School District lead chants at a rally to protest military equipment acquired by school police. (Photo courtesy of the Labor/Community Strategy Center by Khalia Green)
Can Pittsburgh educators stop the churn of students through the school-to-prison pipeline?
As other districts embrace sweeping changes, Pittsburgh Public Schools is betting the future on slower, more modest reform.
Take Broward County, the Florida county that used to rank No. 1 at sending students to their state’s juvenile justice system.