Most colleges weigh student discipline records in admissions
from Education Week
From June 4:
In a little-known practice that could harm students' chances of getting into the college of their choice, the vast majority of colleges and universities use disciplinary records to help determine whether to accept or reject a student's application, according to a new study. The study was conducted by the Center for Community Alternatives, a New York-based organization that advocates on behalf of students who've had prior court involvement. It found that roughly 3 out of 4 colleges and universities collect high school disciplinary information, and that 89 percent of those institutions use the information to make admission decisions.
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