Moving Beyond Retribution: Alternatives to Punishment in a Society Dominated by the School-to-Prison Pipeline

@article{Miguel2017MovingBR,
  title={Moving Beyond Retribution: Alternatives to Punishment in a Society Dominated by the School-to-Prison Pipeline},
  author={Christine Miguel and Jennifer Gargano},
  journal={Humanities research},
  year={2017},
  volume={6},
  pages={15}
}
There is a growing national trend in which children and adolescents are funneled out of the public school system and into the juvenile and criminal justice systems—where students are treated as criminals in the schools themselves and are expected to fall into this pattern rather than even attempt to seek opportunities to fulfill the ever elusive “American Dream”. There is a blatant injustice happening in our schools, places that ironically should be considered safe havens, places for knowledge… 
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