Sarah Camiscoli

Teachers Unite

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English as a second language teacher in the Bronx, New York and an organizer for Teachers Unite, an independent organization that works toward ending school policing

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Spring Valley High School near Columbia, South Carolina was the scene of a classroom incident, captured on student videos this week and shown on countless news programs.

Campus Cops: Keeping the Peace or Over-Policing?

Spring Valley High School near Columbia, South Carolina was the scene of a classroom incident, captured on student videos this week and shown on countless news programs.

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