The ACLU Of Delaware Shares Best Practices For Creating An Inclusive School Climate

Monday, November 20, 2023
Delaware Public Media

As part of its work to promote safe and equitable schools, the ACLU of Delaware partnered with the Charter School of New Castle (CSNC) to create a model for an inclusive school climate.  This most recent effort is a response to ongoing disciplinary disparities faced by certain student populations.  Black students continue to have the highest out-of-school suspension rates than any other demographic at 12.4%.  Students with disabilities and low-income students also have high suspension rates at 11.1 and 11.9%.  ACLU-DE and CSNC argue an inclusive school environment can help keep all kids in the classroom.

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