School Discipline Report Shows Blacks, Hispanics Punished More

08/19/2002 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

Black and Hispanic students in Texas schools are placed in alternative disciplinary programs at a proportionately higher rate than white students, indicating that administrators punish those groups unfairly, a new report by the Texas Education Agency shows. Joanne McDaniel of the Center for the Prevention of School Violence says the data reflect a national trend.

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