Inequality in School Discipline: Research and Practice to by Russell J. Skiba, Kavitha Mediratta, M. Karega Rausch

By Russell J. Skiba, Kavitha Mediratta, M. Karega Rausch

This edited quantity fills a serious void by means of delivering the most up-tp-date and authoritative details on what's recognized approximately disciplinary disparities. institution exclusion—out-of-school suspension and expulsion in particular—remains a considerable portion of self-discipline in our nation’s faculties, and people results proceed to fall disproportionally on sure teams of freshmen. The unfavourable outcomes of common and inequitable use of college exclusion are titanic, together with greater charges of educational failure, dropout, and phone with the juvenile justice approach. As educators, policymakers, neighborhood leaders, and different youth-serving businesses start the tough paintings of constructing extra equitable institution disciplinary platforms, the necessity for powerful disparity-reducing choices couldn't be extra very important. Drawing at the multi-year ground-breaking paintings of the self-discipline Disparities Collaborative, the chapters during this e-book offer leading edge wisdom aiding a brand new nationwide primary to cast off race, gender, incapacity, and sexual orientation-based disciplinary disparities.

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74%. Examination of teacher and student reports of RP in two high schools found that individual teachers with better RP implementation tended to have less disproportionality in discipline (Gregory, Clawson, Davis, & Gerewitz, 2015). Social emotional instruction. Social and emotional learning (SEL) approaches building social and emotional skills through the inculcation of knowledge, attitudes, and skills to recognize and manage emotions, develop empathy for others, establish positive relationships, make responsible decisions, and handle challenging situations constructively (CASEL, 2015).

CHAPTER 2 What Do We Know About Discipline Disparities? New and Emerging Research Russell J. Skiba, Mariella I. Arredondo, Chrystal Gray, and M. Karega Rausch Since first identified by the Children’s Defense Fund (1975) 40 years ago, disproportionality in punishment for African American students has been consistently documented in a range of exclusionary discipline practices, including office disciplinary referrals, suspensions, expulsions, school arrests, and corporal punishment (American Psychological Association, 2008; Bradshaw, Mitchell, O’Brennan, & Leaf, 2010; Eitle & Eitle, 2004; Gregory & Weinstein, 2008; Hinojosa, 2008; Rocque, 2010; Theriot, 2009).

31 and English language learning? Where do race/ethnicity, gender, disability, and sexual orientation intersect? In addition to confirming the substantial risk of discipline for African American males, the number of other groups found to be at risk for differential discipline is striking. A closer examination of disproportionality for these groups and the way in which students’ intersecting identities increase their risk for exclusion and punishment is an important direction for future research.

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