Finding Alternatives to Student Suspensions

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Research has shown that suspensions do not work and disproportionately affect low-income students of color. Schools can make different choices to both proactively and reactively address misbehavior. This presentation shares several alternatives to suspension, beginning with classroom strategies and extending to school-wide practices.

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