Children's Rights Clinic and School of Education to host panel on school deliquency
Drake Law's Middleton Center for Children's Rights along with the Drake University School of Education are hosting a panel on the topic of school discipline Monday, April 1 at the Neal and Bea Smith Legal Clinic from 6:30-8 p.m. The forum is titled, "Identifying School Discipline: When should student contact be treated as deliquency?"
Keeping schools safe, while not relying heavily on juvenile courts to address problem behavior at school, has become a prominent issue generating national debate. We want to help our young people and ensure their successful futures, but when does misbehavior at school cross the line and become a police matter? Please join us for an important multi-disciplinary panel discussion on this topic at Drake University.
Panelists include:Marilyn Lantz, LW’76
Chief Juvenile Court Officer
5th Judicial District Randall Wilson, LW’74
Legal Director, ACLU of Iowa Constance Cohen, ED’72, GR’77, LW’87
Associate Juvenile Court JudgeKathy Nesteby
Iowa Division of Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning Ruth Wright
Community Schools District Coordinator
Des Moines Public Schools Sgt. Lillie Miller, GR’04
School Resource Officers Supervisor
Des Moines Police DepartmentConnie Cook, LA’68, GR’75, ’81
Retired Associate Superintendent and Principal
Des Moines Public Schools DiscussionModerator: Brent Pattison
Director of the Lyle and Joan Middleton Center for Children’s Rights
This event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited. Please reserve your spot by contacting Rondolyn Hawkins at email@example.com
This panel discussion is co-sponsored by the Drake University School of Education and The Lyle and Joan Middleton Center for Children’s Rights with funding from the Joan and Lyle T. Middleton Endowment.