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Police in School: An Overview of the Debate and Key Data

January 25, 2017 1:44

Debate is roiling over the role of police officers in schools. How much do they protect? How much do they contribute to the so-called school-to-prison pipeline? Should they be in schools at all? Education Week reporters and research analysts dug into the latest federal civil rights data to see who is most likely to be arrested at school and which students are most likely to go to schools with cops.

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