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School-Based CR

Documents about counter-recruitment in school.

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Start a CR ProjectA "how to guide" for starting a counter-recruitment project in a high school. For students and non-students.

Action ideas for high school students.

Palm Card: No Student Left Unrecruited? Military Recruitment and Students' Rights (English and Spanish) (2010) Folded palm card, explains students opt-out and other rights. Many educators, students, and parents have reported that United States Military recruiters are using heavy-handed tactics to harass students, violate their privacy rights, and target poor students and students of color in schools. To help prevent these violations, students must opt out of both the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) recruiter access provision and the Joint Advertising Market Research and Studies program (JAMRS) database.

This pamphlet seeks to help students, parents, educators, and advocates understand their rights and obligations when it comes to military recruitment. It also provides two detachable forms to help students opt out of recruiting databases and keep their information private from recruiters.

DMZ GuideTooltip 01/31/2007 Hits: 124
DMZ: A Guide to Taking Your School Back from the Military

DMZ GuideDMZ is a comprehensive counter military recruitment organizing manual for youth activists and their allies. This 48 page magazine-style handbook includes everything you need to know about organizing to keep military recruiters out of your school, including detailed legal information, concrete campaign suggestions, and up-to-date statistics.
Topics include:
What Is Counter-recruitment? Does It Work? * Organizing Skills * Building a Group: Movement-Building One Student at a Time High School Students’ Rights: What Every Student Should Know * Campaigns to Kick Military Recruiters Out The Draft, Conscientious Objection, and Resistance * School Counselors and the Military in a Time of War

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