The report used federal data to make the argument that schoolchildren in America are over-policed and under-supported by health and mental health professionals.
State investigators also found that the district violated students' Fourth Amendment rights and the rights of students with disabilities. The district agreed to five years of state monitoring.
A flurry of state legislation aimed at making schools safer was proposed after the Parkland school massacre. Here’s where the various proposals stand now.
A system being unveiled at Anaheim High School this week includes high-resolution images of the school’s every nook and cranny.
Stockton Unified spent nearly $3 million on school policing from state money targeted for low-income, English learner and foster youth students, the ACLU found in a data analysis.
The lawsuit is seeking detailed information about student arrests.