Schools Consider Ending Ties With Police
Jackie Ward | June 24, 2020
SAN FRANCISCO (Calif.) NBC Bay Area. Amid growing demands to defund police nationwide, the San Francisco Board of Education is trying to find a more effective way to define how police engage with students. Many commissioners believe moving away from the district’s current agreement is a good place to start. Jackie Ward reports.
“That means us being really clear about how we support school safety, how we support students and families, and how we have clear plans of making sure that when the police do come into our schools that we are making sure to minimize contact.”