Critics Say Boston School Discipline Policy Unfair to Minority Students
During a three-hour hearing of the Boston City Council’s Education Committee, parents and advocates debated over school discipline policies.
During a three-hour hearing of the Boston City Council’s Education Committee, parents and advocates debated over school discipline policies. The policies have been in the spotlight after critics said a significantly higher number of students of color are suspended, and that measurable outcomes prove the existence of a school-to-prison pipeline. (The Boston Globe)
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