Report: Racial profiling taints discipline picture in Miami-Dade

10/18/2005 | Miami Herald (tiered subscription model), The

Black students in the Miami-Dade school districts were five times more likely than white peers to be suspended in 2003-04 and were disproportionately more apt to be arrested by police last year, finds a new study from the civic group Advancement Project. In response, the NAACP has vowed to expose what they call "the institutionalized racism" at work in the school system.

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