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Stop the Abuse of Children in School: Expel the Police | Southern Poverty Law Center


Stop the Abuse of Children in School: Expel the Police | Southern Poverty Law Center: School boards and administrators across the country must open their eyes: The policy of delegating basic school discipline to the police – benignly known as “school resource officers” – has proven to be an unmitigated disaster, particularly for children of color.

The latest cell phone video – showing an officer knocking a black teenage girl backward out of her chair and dragging her across the classroom floor in Columbia, South Carolina – is just the latest exhibit in a growing mountain of evidence.

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