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Chart: Disparities in rates of student removals from classrooms

Chart: Disparities in rates of student removals from classrooms

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Texas Education Agency statistics show that black students were more likely to be removed from their regular classrooms in 2009-10 and sent to disciplinary alternative
education programs at the discretion of school administrators.
Texas Education Agency statistics show that black students were more likely to be removed from their regular classrooms in 2009-10 and sent to disciplinary alternative
education programs at the discretion of school administrators.

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Published by: The Dallas Morning News on Feb 28, 2011
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Disparities in rates of student removals from classrooms

Black students were more likely to be removed from their regular classrooms in 2009-10 and sent to disciplinary alternative education programs at the discretion of school administrators. Removal rates per capita by race by school district:
100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

Removal of blacks, per 1,000 black students Removal of whites, per 1,000 white students Removal of Hispanics, per 1,000 Hispanic students

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Allen Arlington

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Austin Dallas Frisco Grand Prairie Garland Houston Irving CarrolltonFarmers Branch Fort Worth

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Mesquite McKinney Plano

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San Antonio Statewide Rockwall

Richardson

* To comply with student privacy laws, data was not provided for student counts of 1 to 4. NOTE: In some cases, students may have been counted more than once for multiple incidents. SOURCE: Texas Education Agency TOM SETZER/Staff Artist

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