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School Discipline Consensus Report: Strategies From the Field To Keep Students Engaged in School and Out of the Juvenile Justice System
(NCJ 249214) July 2014
Grant, 462 page(s)
The Council of State Governments Justice Center
This report builds on the foundation of the Supportive School Discipline Initiative and breaks new ground by integrating strategies from the fields of education, health, law enforcement, and juvenile justice. It is the result of a collaborative effort involving hundreds of experts in education, behavioral health, law enforcement, and juvenile justice, as well as policymakers, parents, youth, and advocates. It draws on an extensive review of the literature and relevant research, advisory group discussions, feedback from experts across the country, multidisciplinary forums and listening sessions, and a rigorous review process.