The Student Rights Project (SRP) is a pro bono project comprised of graduate students in the University of Michigan’s schools of law, social work, and education. In partnership with the Student Advocacy Center (SAC), we advocate for K-12 students facing suspension or expulsion in Southeast Michigan. Our advocacy model is holistic: we aim to empower youth and families throughout the school disciplinary process, to connect students with community support networks, and to limit the use and negative consequences of exclusionary discipline. SRP also organizes and promotes activities designed to challenge institutional threats to educational opportunities for all Michigan children, including reviewing school codes of conduct through the School Code Project. Contact email@example.com with questions or to get trained as an Advocate!