Testimony Regarding Amendments to Reports on School Discipline and Police Department Activity
Footnotes 1 This testimony was written by Becca Cadoff, Lauren Frederico, and Johanna Miller. It was edited by Lauren Frederico, Johanna Miller and Ujala Sehgal. 2 American Civil Liberties Union and New York Civil Liberties Union, "Criminalizing the Classroom: Over-Policing of New York City Schools" (2007); Annenberg Institute for School Reform, Make the Road New York, and New York Civil Liberties Union, "Safety with Dignity: Alternatives to the Over-Policing of Schools" (2009). 3 Gary Sweeten, Who Will Graduate: Disruption of High School Education by Arrest and Court Involvement, 23 Just. Q. (2006) 462, 473-477. Available at . Douglas Ready et al., The Experiences of One New York City High School Cohort: Opportunities, Successes, and Challenges, Education Funders Research Initiative, Oct. 8, 2013: 16. Available at www.edfundersresearch.org. 4 Between 2010 and 2014, 31- 36 percent of students suspended annually had IEPs. 5 Student-to-School-Counselor Ratio 2010-2011, American School Counselor Association. Available at https://www.schoolcounselor.org/asca/media/asca/home/Ratios10-11.pdf.