Report reiterates disparities in school suspensions

Black and Hispanic students, along with those who have disabilities, more likely are to be suspended from school, according to a new report by the National Education Policy Center. The findings support those of other recent studies that have looked at whether school-discipline policies are too harsh. The NEPC, which studies civil rights in K-12 schools, said the report highlights the need for reform.

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