EdChoice: Black Children Continue to be Pushed out of American Schools During Pandemic
October 15, 2020
Center for Educational Opportunity Director Kathaleena Monds and CJR Director Howard Henderson as they break down the disparities in school discipline for Black and Brown kids during COVID-19.
From the article:
"Despite the recent push for alternatives to school suspensions, few, if any, have sought to examine the extent to which certain student suspensions result from various superfluous behavioral actions. Despite the advances in our understanding of the short- and long-term impacts of school suspensions, there remains a need to understand the behavioral responses that serve as a catalyst of the educational systems “zero tolerance” approach to school discipline."