Become an advocate for “End School to Prison Pipeline” system. On an average, states spend $88,000 to incarcerate youth but only $10,000 to educate them. In the past 20 years, the amount spent on incarceration, parole and probation increased 6 times more than money for colleges and universities. In times of budget cuts and struggling schools, the United States spends 70 billion dollars a year on incarceration (Dignity School.org).
This workshop is designed to combat the School to Prison Pipeline system and to bring awareness to the disproportionate impact on minority students by school suspension and expulsion policies, which leads to high drop out rates and incarceration.
How to become an advocate?
Attend a 2 hour workshop “School to Prison Pipeline” hosted by AADM
Workshop Topics: Positive solutions for school discipline, not strictly punitive policies; explore restorative justice; educators and parents role and responsibilities, and how to make a difference. At the end of the workshop attendees will receive a Certificate of Completion.
1. Monitor Student codes, polices, and disciplinary actions
2. Advocate for parents and students rights
3. Build Relationship with local schools
4. Attend regular ESPP meetings
If you would like to get involved please fill out the form below: