|Portion of title
||How educators can disrupt school pushout and mass incarceration
||Introduction / Peter Williamson & Deborah Appleman -- More than a pipeline : growing movements to dismantle the carceral state / Tess Landon & Erica Meiners -- Transformative justice in education : a necessary paradigm shift in the United States / Maisha T. Winn & Lawrence T. Winn -- Critical literacy and the school-to-prison pipeline / Ernest Morrell & Jodene Morrell -- Teacher preparation and disrupting school pushout and mass incarceration / Peter Williamson -- Still I rise : student voices in juvenile hall / Meagan Mercurio & Constance Walker -- Education leadership with and for the incarcerated / Chris Lanier -- Prison pedagogy / Deborah Appleman -- Epilogue. This is the end of the pipeline, except it isn't : a view from the inside / Zeke Caliguiri.
||"Arguing that the school-to-prison pipeline is "one of the most urgent educational issues of our time," this volume seeks to (1) examine how and why increasing numbers of students, disproportionately youth of color, are being taken from our schools into our prisons and (2) consider what school-based educators can do to disrupt this flow and dismantle the school to prison pipeline, using examples drawn from both schools and prisons. Incorporating perspectives from both 'ends' of the pipeline, the volume provides specific strategies on curriculum, pedagogy, and disciplinary practices that can help redirect our collective efforts from carceral practices to education that will be valuable for all educators in keeping students in school and out of prison"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Issued in other form||Online version: School, not jail New York, NY : Teachers College Press, 2021. 9780807779637|