Renuka Rege is a Staff Attorney in the Public Justice Center’s Education Stability Project. She joined the PJC in September 2016. Renuka works to counteract the problem of school pushout driven by suspension, expulsion, transfers to alternative schools, and the lack of positive school climates using a combination of individual representation, community education, and systemic advocacy. She graduated from Harvard Law School, where she was involved in the Child Advocacy and Education Law Clinics. During law school, she interned at the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Massachusetts Advocates for Children, and the Education Law Center. Before law school, Renuka worked at a public school in Houston, Texas as a tutor for sixth grade students in reading skills. She graduated magna cum laude from Rice University in 2012, receiving a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Anthropology.
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