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Program to Keep Juveniles Out of Prison Could Expand

By Andrew Bowen The San Diego County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday is set to vote on expanding a restorative justice program to keep juvenile delinquents out of prison. The National Conflict Resolution Center has been operating a pilot program … Continue reading

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Voices: New Teachers Bear the Burden of Public Policy Failures

By Oscar Ramos Oscar Ramos taught at The Preuss School for seven years and now works at a public school district in Texas. He’s also a previous contributor to Speak City Heights partner Voice of San Diego. Ramos’ commentary has … Continue reading

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Traveling Theater Troupe Sparks Conversations About School Discipline

Actors from the interactive play ZERO, which focuses on the problem of over suspension in Sacramento public schools. (L to R) Crandal Rankins, Alise Guilford, Sophia Hicks, Roman Allen, Steven Daugherty, Spenser Bradley, Bahni Turpin. | Photo Courtesy of Aces … Continue reading

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Tweet City Heights: Californians Question School Discipline Policies

By Megan Burks Californians Question School Discipline Policies in Wake of New Data A study out this week says 4 out of 5 Californians support amending school discipline policies so they do a better job of keeping students in school. … Continue reading

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