Students rally against the LAUSD ticketing system for minors.
A national coalition of youth groups, educators and advocacy organizations is launching the 3rd Annual National Week of Action on School Pushout starting tomorrow.
Events in Los Angeles and Long Beach will take place from Sept. 28 – Oct. 6.
The group says its goal is to raise awareness about the inefficacy of out-of school suspensions that keep more than 3 million students out of schools for at least a day or more every year.
Members of the Dignity in Schools Campaign plan marches, rallies, teach-ins and trainings in more than 20 cities throughout the week.
Here’s a what we know is on the schedule so far:
Tuesday, October 2
Human Rights Training discussing the moratorium on out of School Suspensions
Thursday October 4
PCI (Pacoima Community Initiative) Forum on School Pushout – introduction of the Dignity in Schools Campaign Model Code