Opportunities Suspended: The Disparate Impact of Disciplinary Exclusion from School by Daniel J. Losen and Jonathan Gillespie
New Study Finds Big Racial Gap in Suspensions of Middle School Students from http://www.splcenter.org
Teacher Expectations and Principal Behavior: Responding to Teacher Acquiescence by Prof. Muhammad Khalifa
Suspension Gap Riles St. Paul School Board About 15 percent of black students were suspended compared with 3 percent of whites.
The head of the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity maps out opportunity to affirm what many people--particularly people of color--already know.
The racial achievement gap in American schools has significant implications for the US economy and society.
Critics talk about the achievement gap between blacks & whites, ignoring the equally big gap in school suspensions & expulsions. But how do we close the discipline gaps in schools?
Interesting news story covered by Huffington Post
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