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Rochester School District Stations Police Outside Schools
School officials in Rochester, New York voted on Tuesday to station police officers outside the city’s 11 high schools when students arrive and leave their campuses each day.
As Students Struggle in Rochester, New York, Schools Consider Bringing Back Campus Police
Police and private security have recently been posted outside Rochester City School District schools — an arrangement that could be extended pending a decision by school commissioners.
After Quarantine, Some Rural California Schools Face New Kinds of Discipline Challenges
As schools in California's Monterey Bay region have seen an uptick in student violence, some residents want police officers back on campus.
In Wealthy Silicon Valley, College Students Have Seen Hardship through the Pandemic
Some college students in Silicon Valley, one of the wealthiest enclaves in the nation, have faced obstacles that have mounted during the deadly COVID-19 pandemic.
One Letter to a Teacher Helps Formerly Jailed Kids Stay on Track
New research out of Stanford proposes a practice for better classroom relations between kids who have been jailed and their teachers.
California Invests in Higher Education in Prisons and Juvenile Halls
California Assembly Bill 417 would expand college opportunities for people who are currently or formerly incarcerated, if signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Federal Judge Decides Georgia Students in Adult Jails Entitled to Education
A Georgia circuit judge ruled that federal law entitles students with disabilities to education services when in adult jails.
Child Welfare Ideas from the Experts
The Imprint is highlighting each of the policy recommendations made this summer by the participants of the Foster Youth Internship Program, a group of 11 former foster youths who have completed congress