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  • [Article 78 v. DOE] NYC Supreme Court Finds DOE Denial of School Aid Application Based on Single Felony Conviction Arbitrary and Capricious (2009)

  • [Dempsey v. DOE] NYC Supreme Court Reverses DOE's Denial of Certification for School Bus Driver Citing the Determination as Arbitrary and Capricious (2012)

  • ABA Criminal Justice Standards on Collateral Sanctions and Discretionary Disqualification of Convicted Persons

  • After Prison: Roadblocks to Reentry: A Report on State Legal Barriers Facing People with Criminal Records

  • Back to School: A Guide to Continuing Your Education after Prison (Prisoner Reentry Institute, John Jay College of Criminal Justice) (2008)

  • Bars To Education: NY1 Special Report on School in New York City Jails (NY1)

  • Consequences of Criminal Proceedings in New York State, April 2015 (The Bronx Defenders)

  • Defender Toolkit & Padilla Compliance Guide: Using Knowledge of “Enmeshed Penalties” (or Collateral Consequences) to Get Better Results in the Criminal Case (The Bronx Defenders)

  • DoE Policy for Arrested Employees (New York City Department of Education)

  • Holistic Is Not a Bad Word: A Criminal Defense Attorney's Guide to Using Invisible Punishments As An Advocacy Strategy

  • Independent Student Status and Dependency Overrides (The Door Training Materials)

  • Open Letter from the NuLeadership Policy Group

  • Systemic Barriers to Higher Education: How Colleges Respond to Applicants with Criminal Records in Maryland (2013)

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