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The Grammar of School Discipline Removal, Resistance, and Reform in Alabama Schools

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The Grammar of School Discipline  Removal, Resistance, and Reform in Alabama Schools
The Grammar of School Discipline : Removal, Resistance, and Reform in Alabama Schools
by Hannah Carson Baggett, Carey E. Andrzejewski
English | 2021 | ISBN: 1793601755 | 227 Pages | True PDF | 4.15 MB


The Grammar of School Discipline examines how seemingly discrete school discipline policies and practices constitute a particular grammar: Removal, Resistance and Reform. Weaving numeric data with portraits of students and school practitioners, the authors detail a nuanced landscape of school discipline in Alabama and its anti-Black foundations. The removal of Black students can be traced to the antebellum construction of Blackness as criminal, deviant, and deserving of punishment. A focus on resistance centers the agency that students and practitioners exercise despite anti-Black removal. An exploration of specific reform efforts emphasizes that even the most well-intentioned and well-organized reforms are limited when the removal of students remains an option for practitioners. The authors end with an appeal to educational stakeholders to repair the harms that these anti-Black policies and practices inflict on students and communities, and thus move towards repairing the damage that white supremacy inflicts on everyone's humanity.




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