The School-to-Prison Pipeline at the Intersection of Race and Disability

Student at a desk learning sign language.Of the 60,000 students who were arrested in school in 2013-14, almost 16,000 (27%) were students with disabilities and over 20,000 (34%) were African-American.

Read Eve Hill’s testimony before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights about the school-to-prison pipeline at the intersection of race and disability.

Eve Hill

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