On July 19, 2021, Alycia Hardy and Alyssa Fortner presented on their report Shaping Equitable Early Childhood Policy: Incorporating Inclusive Community Engagement Frameworks into Expanded Data Strategies at BUILD 2021.
>>Watch Part I: Criminalization to Healing: The Movement to Decriminalize Education Our panelists painted a picture of what safety in schools looks like: Deep relationship building between students and staff Addressing root causes within schools and the larger community Providing culturally and historically affirming education Restorative justice…
This conversation/webinar, on October 29th at 3 PM ET, will feature organizations and leaders who have been at the forefront of the fight demanding police free schools. We’ll learn about their journey to decriminalize the education systems locally and nationally.
Breaking systemic barriers in mental health involves innovative approaches, and diversified funding streams and infrastructures. Learn more about what CLASP's advisors and partners have been working on to fund innovations.
The Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) hosted a webinar, Enforcing Labor Standards in a Recession: An Opportunity to Support Workers Who Risk Their Lives, on September 30, 2020 discussing the results of a national study on labor standards violations during the Great Recession of 2007-2009.