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Darker-skinned black students suspended more frequently
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
When it comes to disparities in school suspension rates, most studies deal with black students being suspended more frequently than their white counterparts for the same or similar offenses. A new groundbreaking study done by a trio of sociology professors takes a more nuanced look at the matter by examining the differences in suspension rates among
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