Study finds data analytics help lower rates of disciplinary action in K-12
from EdTech Magazine
At 70 public schools in Louisiana, in partnership with Tulane University, a new program using data analytics to monitor student behavior has reduced the number of disciplinary incidents by 72 percent, according to a new study released by Tulane's Education Research Alliance. Educators and administrators have raised concerns over the rate of disciplinary action involving minority students, with schools in states such as New York showing significant differences in instances of expulsion and suspension between white and black students.
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