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From Texas Appleseed, Disability Rights Texas, and the National Center for Youth Law
From Texas Appleseed, Disability Rights Texas, and the National Center for Youth Law
Texas Appleseed and the Brazos County chapter of the NAACP filed a Complaint with the Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, challenging the disproportionate Class C misdemeanor ticketing of African American students in Bryan ISD for Disorderly Conduct-Language and Disruption of Class -- minor misbehavior that used to be handled by a trip to the principal's office.
Texas Appleseed and the Brazos County chapter of the NAACP filed a Complaint with the Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, challenging the disproportionate Class C misdemeanor ticketing of African-American students in Bryan ISD for Disorderly Conduct-Language and Disruption of Class -- minor misbehavior that used to be handled by a trip to the principal's office.
Submitted in writing for the nation's first Congressional hearing on the school-to-prison pipeline (U.S. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights)

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