Report: Students with disabilities and non-whites suspended more frequently than peers
from Vermont Public Radio
Vermont students lost over 8,000 days of classes in one school year due to suspension and expulsion. That's according to a new report, and perhaps most telling in that report is the fact that those disciplinary actions were two to three times more likely to be taken on students with disabilities. The report, called "Kicked Out — Unfair and Unequal Discipline in Vermont's Schools" also found that non-white students were more likely to be suspended than white students.
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