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124512
SUBJECT AREA Childcare
DOCUMENT TYPE Other types
CREATED ON 9th March 2017
COMPLETED ON 15th March 2017
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EDUCATION AND THE SCHOOL TO PRISON PIPELINE

-Times New Roman font - Size 12 -1 inch margins -Double space (no more than double, please!) Responses should be 2 - 3 pages and should not only summarize the reading/lecture but include your own deep and rigorous analysis.
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