Thursday, April 26, 2018

New Data Shows That America’s Schools Are Still Disproportionately Punishing Students of Color - MOTHER JONES

A report released by the Education Department on Tuesday reveals that black students and students with disabilities are still suspended and arrested at much higher rates than their classmates, further complicating Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ reconsideration of an Obama-era rule meant to curtail the disproportionate punishment of students of color.  





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