Across the U.S., three percent of children – a total of roughly 2.7 million – have an incarcerated parent. That’s one in every 28 children.
Stuart Anderson, founder of Family and Friends of Incarcerated People, joined the Education Town Hall on Thursday, 1/8, to speak about education’s role in this
In a city of some 630,000 residents, 70,000 of us have been involved in the criminal justice system, Charles Thornton, director of DC’s a Office
Simon Earle, principal of Options Public Charter School; David Cranford of Exceptional Education Management Corporation (charter mgmt, including Options and Booker T. Washington PCS); and
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Seema Sadanandan of ACLU-National Capital Area joined the Education Town Hall on August 1 to discuss her work on addressing the School-to-Prison Pipeline. A recent