Washington Education Law and Policy Review
SHPE PSC is proud to sponsor the Washington Education Law and Policy Review, Volume 2, Issue 1. This publication is put together by the Education Law & Policy Society at the University of Washington School of Law.
SHPE PSC members are cordially invited to attend the annual launch event, which will showcase presentations by article contributors and a special keynote speaker.
Date: Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Time: 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Location: University of Washington School of Law
4293 Memorial Way Northeast, Seattle, WA 98195
There are a limited number of hard copies that will be issued free to attendees who RSVP and attend. The hard copies of the publication will be distributed during registration in a first come, first serve basis until supplies last. The only hard copies that will be reserved are one copy per author, sponsor, and members of the editorial staff. Registration will begin at 5:15pm.
EDUCATION NOT INCARCERATION: THE ROLE OF ADMINISTRATORS AND EDUCATORS IN STOPPING THE SCHOOL-TO-PRISON PIPELINE BY RECOGNIZING AND REDUCING HOW IMPLICIT BIASES PLAY INTO DISCIPLINE DECISION-MAKING, Emma Aubrey
RACIAL DISPROPORTIONALITY IN SCHOOL DISCIPLINE: THE PROBLEM IN WASHINGTON SCHOOLS & RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE FUTURE, Manmeet Dhami and Alyssa Fairbanks
WHEN COMPULSORY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE LAWS FURTHER PUSH KIDS OUT OF SCHOOL: AN EQUITABLE REVIEW OF WASHINGTON’S TRUANCY LAWS AND PROPOSED REFORMS, Bruna Estrada and Naazaneen Hodjat
IMPROVING DISPROPORTIONALITY OF STUDENTS OF COLOR IN HIGHLY CAPABLE PROGRAMS (HCP), LaWonda Smith, Ed.D.
GENDER EQUITY THROUGH COMPREHENSIVE SEX EDUCATION, Lara Hengelbrok
COMMON CORE: AN OBITUARY, Stephen Fink, Ed.D.
INEQUITIES AND DISPARITIES IN EDUCATION, Anonymous Teacher
EXPLORING THE INTERSECTION OF EARLY LEARNING AND HEALTH POLICY IN WASHINGTON STATE, K. Jennifer Johal