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Critics of the U.S. criminal justice system say that zero-tolerance rules at schools are allowing police — not principals — to punish students for minor offenses. This has created a school-to-prison pipeline, through which American kids are being pushed out of public schools and into the juvenile criminal justice system.
AJ+ partnered with the Marshall Project to shed more light on how the school-to-prison pipeline works and whom it’s affecting most.