Half of all Milwaukee freshmen suspended at least once

Milwaukee's high suspension rates may be hampering student learning, said superintendent William Andrekopoulos, who is calling for change in the way schools deal with disruptive students and how students are encouraged to engage with their classwork. Around 50% of all ninth-graders in Milwaukee Public Schools are suspended at least once a year, with many of those students incurring multiple suspensions, according to recently released data.

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