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Featured News Center for Civil Rights Remedies joined by 32 organizations and 19 scholars urge Department of Education to Address Racial Discipline Disparities among Students with Disabilities
Center for Civil Rights Remedies joined by 32 organizations and 19 scholars urge Department of Education to Address Racial Discipline Disparities among Students with Disabilities: The attached letter was posted on Monday in response to a “request for information” from Assistant Secretary of Education Michael Yudin.
Featured News Researchers and Advocates Join Letter Urging Improved Public Reporting of Discipline Data
The Center for Civil Rights Remedies of the Civil Rights Project at UCLA and 14 co-signatories comment on proposed revisions to the Department of Education's State Performance Plan (SPP) and the Annual Performance Report (APR).
Featured News Reaction to Supreme Court Decision in Michigan Prop 2 Case
The Civil Rights Project deeply regrets yesterday’s decision by the Supreme Court, which ruled that Michigan’s Proposal 2, banning race-conscious college admissions, is constitutional.
Featured News Policy Briefing Spotlights What Works to Eliminate Disparities in School Discipline
A recent policy briefing in Washington, DC, on Thursday, March 13, 2014, highlighted the results of nearly three years of work by The Discipline Disparities Research-to-Practice Collaborative, 26 national experts on disparities in school discipline, including CRP's Center for Civil Rights Remedies.
Featured News CRP Researchers Reaffirm Findings of Increasing Segregation
Several researchers have recently published articles claiming that school segregation has actually not increased in recent decades, as we have reported in our publications. It turns out that these researchers preferred to measure something else—the randomness of distribution of four racial groups across metropolitan areas. This measure has never been the goal of desegregation policies, nor the way in which progress was measured in civil rights law and enforcement.
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