Read Andrew Stewart’s Paper on How Mass Incarceration Impacts K-12 Students!


These days, education and what will happen this fall is all over the headlines. States are trying to figure out if they will re-open K-12 public education while universities are putting forward any number of plans, from blended systems of distance and in-person learning to reformatted semester scheduling.

One issue that is going to remain a major human rights issue regardless of who wins in November is mass BIPOC incarceration.

Here is a paper I wrote last year about how it impacts school students in the K-12 system. Admittedly it is long and has a technical edge that might seem onerous but I think the insights are worth consideration and tenable to most readers.

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