Some schools tend to skip mental health services
from U.S. News & World Report
It's well established that black students have higher rates of suspension, expulsion and police arrests at U.S. public schools than other racial and ethnic groups. The office of civil rights inside the Department of Education monitors racial disparities in school discipline and found that black students were expelled and suspended at three times the rate of white students. Last year, Education Secretary Arne Duncan called for schools to administer discipline more fairly.
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