We have teamed up with the North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation to create an archive of actionable policies and practices that can reduce the use of suspension and expulsion in early learning environments.
The TREP Project began in response to the needs of schools serving students living in neighborhoods with higher levels of violent crime.
Violent crime—particularly violence that occurs in public spaces—is largely contained within the neighborhoods with the highest concentrations of poor families. And because of America’s history of racial redlining, the most disadvantaged neighborhoods are often also the ones with the highest concentrations of Black families. Read more>>>