Posted in June 2012

Spotlight on Restorative Justice

Restorative justice has gained broad popularity in school contexts in recent years in the United States. In 2009, the San Francisco Board of Education unanimously passed a resolution to establish restorative justice in the district schools as an alternative to zero tolerance discipline policies.  So far, the adoption of these policies has been uneven across … Continue reading

Helping Kids Get Out of the Pipeline

Helping Kids Get Out of the Pipeline

Unite for Students is committed to breaking this pipeline, especially because it disproportionately affects students of color. Click here to learn more about this issue and how Unite for Students is trying to help.

Join Together to Make a Difference

Join Together to Make a Difference

While school is out for the summer, Unite for Students will be at work gearing up to bring together students and parents with resources that can help kids succeed, and join up with others in calling for an end to the school-to-prison pipeline.

Community Workshop Schedule

Unite for Students is pleased to announce we have partnered with Mo’ Magic to facilitate parental involvement workshops at the Backpack Give Away on August 11, 2012. “A Community Workshop Series: Breaking the School-to-Prison Pipeline” will take place at the Ella Hill Hutch Community Center in the Western Addition (1050 McAllister St., corner of Webster), and … Continue reading