Fla. district works to keep black male students in school:

10/3/2010 | Palm Beach Post (Fla.), The

In Palm Beach County, Fla., black male students are more likely to be suspended from middle school -- a trend that is seen nationwide -- than white students. To close the gap, officials say, they have reconsidered zero-tolerance policies and instead are focusing on students' risk factors and how to help them "academically and emotionally."

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