Suspending and/or expelling a student from school are the two most severe outcomes that a student can receive as a consequence of disciplinary infractions. Reviewing patterns of suspension and expulsion is important to those interested in addressing behaviors that lead to such outcomes, as well as the inequities between groups of students. The common observation that student discipline and behavior problems detract from classroom learning lends further importance to obtaining a better understanding of student behavior and school disciplinary practices. These reports review out-of-school (regular) suspension, in-school suspension, and expulsion data for each school year.
Select a report from one of the years below.