Report: When Good Parents Go to Jail

The criminalization of address sharing in public education

Our latest report examines state-by-state laws that punish parents for trying to navigate an unjust, discriminatory school system. In at least 24 states, parents who us an address other than their own to enroll their children in public school can be criminally prosecuted, resulting in steep fines and even jail time. Read the full report below. Or download it here.