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<p><span class="wikiexternallink"><a class="wikimodel-freestanding" href="http://www.ncsc.org/sitecore/content/microsites/future-trends-2012/home/Other-pages/SchoolToPrison-Pipeline-In-Texas.aspx"><span class="wikigeneratedlinkcontent">http://www.ncsc.org/sitecore/content/microsites/future-trends-2012/home/Other-pages/SchoolToPrison-Pipeline-In-Texas.aspx</span></a></span><br/>Criminalizing kids for minor misbehavior in our schools unnecessarily exposes them to our justice system and increases the likelihood they will drop out of school and face later incarceration. Involvement of all stakeholders, including judicial leaders, is imperative to developing collaborative, multifaceted solutions to this “school-to-prison pipeline.”</p>

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SCHOOL TO PRISON PIPELINE TEXAS

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