Equity & Diversity Opinion

Progress in Baltimore

By Richard Whitmire — January 02, 2011 1 min read
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Reforming suspension policies can boost graduation rates among African American males, Baltimore finds. This is an experiment possibly worth copying in other districts. But it still falls into the Band-Aid category: what prompts the behaviors that lead to the suspensions?

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