School Discipline


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The last decade has seen increasing public scrutiny of discipline policies and practices that result in disproportionate numbers of low-income students, particularly students of color, leaving school and, in some cases, entering the criminal justice system. Districts and communities across the country are finding ways to move away from punitive, exclusionary approaches that contribute significantly to persistent achievement gaps.

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