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Student Rights Project

The Student Rights Project (SRP) protects the rights of students across Michigan. We train law, social work, and education graduate students to represent public school students (K-12) in suspension and expulsion hearings. SRP works in partnership with the Student Advocacy Center of Michigan.

SRP also organizes and promotes activities designed to challenge institutional threats to educational opportunities for low-income children. We do this in partnership with community organizations and local stakeholders. This provides graduate students with opportunities for written and oral advocacy, community engagement, and interdisciplinary advocacy.  

For more information, please visit our website.