Excerpts from this story referencing "Texas":
"… d limit their involvement in disciplinary matters. The Golden State joins Texas and Connecticut — home of the December Newtown school shootings — in c …"
"… ing a weapon, according to analysis by the nonprofit Advancement Project. Texas legislators are considering a bill that requires schools with police to ad …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Clayton County":
"… all.”Alternative ideas In September, a team of justice authorities from Clayton County, Ga., traveled to Los Angeles to talk to Groman and others about a protoco …"
"… n and others about a protocol they follow for referring students to court. Clayton County has emerged as a model for reformers.Until firm standards were set, Clayto …"
"… County has emerged as a model for reformers.Until firm standards were set, Clayton County Chief Juvenile Court Judge Steven Teske said, more than 90 percent of refe …"
"… t of referrals to his court came from schools.Lt. Francisco Romero, former Clayton County school resource officer, accompanied Teske to L.A. Romero told the Center …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Brownsville":
"… ressions were.Every day when she arrived at the Thomas Jefferson Campus in Brownsville, Brooklyn, she waited in a line that snaked out onto Pennsylvania Avenue. …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Connecticut":
"… . A C-HIT review of data collected by the Connecticut judicial department suggests that Jacob's arrest, which was later dropped, …"
"… ls.From March through May of this year, more than 700 arrests were made in Connecticut schools, two-thirds of them for minor offenses such as breach of peace or …"
"… r over the summer, when they're idle," said Abby Anderson, director of the Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance, which has been working to reduce school-based a …"
"… trouble as a group — especially in overcrowded, under-resourced schools."Connecticut is one of a handful of states trying to tackle school-based arrests, which …"