Black, Hispanic students disproportionately suspended in Arlington schools, county says

Monday, October 17, 2022

Black, Hispanic and students with disabilities in Arlington, Virginia, public schools were disproportionately suspended during the last school year, according to a report from the school system’s Office of School Climate and Culture. The school board said the data were "alarming," highlighting that the district will take steps to address these disproportionate rates of suspension, as part of its larger preventative work. 

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