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From Education to Incarceration

Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline, Second Edition


Edited By Anthony J. Nocella II, Priya Parmar and David Stovall

The school-to-prison pipeline is a national concern, from the federal to local governments, and a leading topic in conversations in the field of urban education and juvenile justice. From Education to Incarceration: Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline is a ground-breaking book that exposes the school system's direct relationship to the juvenile justice system. The book reveals various tenets contributing to unnecessary expulsions, leaving youth vulnerable to the streets and, ultimately, behind bars. From Education to Incarceration is a must-read for parents, teachers, law enforcement, judges, lawyers, administrators, and activists concerned with and involved in the juvenile justice and school system. The contributors are leading scholars in their fields and experts on the school-to-prison pipeline.
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About the editors

About the editors


ANTHONY J. NOCELLA II, Ph.D., a scholar-activist, is a Senior Fellow in the Dispute Resolution Institute at the Hamline Law School. He has been an activist and community organizer dedicated to prison abolition and social justice for nearly twenty years and is the editor of the Peace Studies Journal. Nocella’s latest work includes Policing the Campus: Academic Repression, Surveillance, and the Occupy Movement.

PRIYA PARMAR, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Secondary Education and Program Head of English Education at Brooklyn College, CUNY. Parmar’s most recent scholarly works include Critical Literacy in English Literature and Knowledge Reigns Supreme: The Critical Pedagogy of Hip Hop Artist KRS-ONE.

DAVID STOVALL, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Educational Policy Studies and African-American Studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago. In addition to his duties and responsibilities at UIC, he also serves as a volunteer social studies teacher at the Greater Lawndale/Little Village School for Social Justice.

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