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Data Snapshot: National Data on School Discipline by Race and Gender

Analysis with RISE Research Team at NYU of the latest data collected by the US Department of Education on discipline disparities in public school.

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Exclusionary School Discipline: State-by-State Analysis

This fact sheet presents the results of our 50-state assessment of Exclusionary School Discipline (ESD) legislative trends. We found that 32 states and the District of Columbia have enacted legislation addressing ESD.

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Increasing School Connectedness for Girls: Restorative Justice as a Health Equity Resource

This brief illustrates the need for school-based Restorative Justice policies and procedures for marginalized girls to achieve higher educational attainment and lifelong health benefits and success. The brief focuses on three key points: 1) education is a key social determinant of health; 2) feeling connected to school is crucial to health and school success; and 3) restorative justice can help marginalized girls feel connected to school.

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Mental Health, School-Based Health Centers, and Girls of Color: Policy and Practice Recommendations

This compendium of policy and practice recommendations aggregates a set of proposals to enhance mental health outcomes and thriving for girls of color.

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The Promise and Challenge of School-Based Mental Health Care for Girls of Color

One of four issue briefs, published in partnership with Dr. Kimberlyn Leary, assessing the challenges and successes of school-based mental health care for girls of color and analyzing the broader context of mental health and communities of color

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Be Her Resource: A Toolkit About School Resource Officers and Girls of Color

This toolkit is the culmination of a collaborative research project in which the Center and NBWJI gathered input from law enforcement and girls of color and provide guidance to improve interactions between them. The ultimate goal of the project was to reduce the disproportionate rate at which girls of color are drawn into the juvenile justice system.

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