Juvenile judge: Non-dangerous kids arrested because they 'make adults mad'
The school-to-jail pipeline for kids is real and this article is yet further proof of that fact. While security is paramount in all schools especially those in grades K-12, regularly stacking our schools with police officers and security guards is not always the best idea. In fact, it’s often a bad idea.
Read what Judge Steven Teske of Clayton County Juvenile Court in Georgia thinks of the blanket policy of placing police officers in school on campus every day and consider if instead it doesn’t make more sense to return to the policy of sanity we experienced in school.