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“I Was Considered a Throw Away Child”

The School-to-Prison Pipeline through the Eyes of Incarcerated Adolescent and Adult Males

Taryn VanderPyl, Kelsie Cruz, and Hannah McCauley

The concept of the school-to-prison pipeline (STPP) has been extensively studied over the last few decades, yet few have included the perspective of those whom it has affected—incarcerated adolescent and adult males. Educators and policy makers are limited in determining solutions because they are missing this key perspective. Using a critical race theory framework, we focus on the voices of incarcerated youth and adults who have personally experienced the STPP. Young men within the juvenile and adult justice systems were asked their thoughts on and experiences with the STPP. Responses from 16 participants are shared, along with what they believe would have worked to help them stay out of the system, and their recommendations for how to improve the factors contributing to the STPP

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Remixing and Reimagining the Early Childhood School Experiences of Brilliant Black Boys

Brian L. Wright and Donna Y. Ford

; Noguera 2008 ; Wright with Counsell 2018 ). The result is a climate of suspicion, intimidation, and fear that spiral into schooldiscipline hubs” (a phrase coined by Wright) for and the policing of Black boys early on in their life and schooling

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“You're Being Watched All the Time:”

Incarcerated Girls and Gendered Surveillance

Sanna King and Jerry Flores

, Power, & the Violent School Girl . New York : Teachers College Press . Banner , Kaitlin . 2015 . “ Breaking the School-To-Prison Pipeline: New Models for School Discipline and Community Accountable Schools .” In A New Juvenile Justice System

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“Let's Go to School and Marry Later”

Tanzanian Girls’ Schooling (1939–1976)

Florence Wenzek

. 2014: 19 ). Comments by my interviewees on school discipline confirm this bias: they describe it as fair, even when they report humiliating and violent punishments. For instance, Tegemea T. recounts that her teacher once put her outside in full sun and

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The Democratic Grotesque

Distortion, Liminality, and Dissensus in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia

Charis Boutieri

the cause of much consternation among teachers (see Figure 3 ). The banner featured the image of the Joker, the deformed, trickster villain of the Batman comic books, surrounded by scantily dressed girls who served him beer. School disciplines appear

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Ludic Scopes for Environmental Crisis and Education

Giorgio Osti

metaphor can be applied to different school disciplines: some are important and easily evaluated, such as mathematics, and they tend to reproduce social and cognitive unbalances; others, such as the arts, religion, and physical education, can be better

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Black Girls Saying and Creating Space through Fantasy Worlds

S.R. Toliver

School Discipline .” Urban Education 55 ( 10 ): 1419 – 1440 . Jenkins , DeMarcus A. 2021 . “ Unspoken Grammar of Place: Anti-Blackness as a Spatial Imaginary in Education .” Journal of School

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Archaeological Narratives in Greek History Textbooks

From Texts to Pupils’ Interpretations

Maria Repoussi and Konstatina Papakosta

According to Pierre Nora, this is the age of the “upsurge of memory worldwide,” in other words of “memoralism,” because of the unprecedented worldwide boom of references to the past. 33 No other school discipline has such a large, complex and challenging

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Guarding the Body

Private Security Work in Rio de Janeiro

Erika Robb Larkins

owner of the school disciplined him in front of the class, equating fandom with favela residence and illegality: “I don’t like your shirt, not because it’s not my team, but because it makes you look like a marginal [criminal]” (see Ramos et al. 2005

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Negotiating Identities

Being “Boy,” Being “Filipino,” Being “Other”

Victoria Cann

Perspectives 10 ( 3 ): 155 – 161 . Nagarajan , Pavithra . 2018 . “ Chutes, Not Ladders: The Control and Confinement of Boys of Color through School Discipline .” Boyhood Studies 11 ( 2 ): 114 – 130 . Nayak , Anoop , and Mary Jane Kehily