Suspension, Expulsion Rates Plummet in California Public Schools, but Racial Gaps Remain

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School suspensions and expulsions have plunged for all ethnic groups over the past five years, but a disparity exists for African American students, according to new state data.

In 2016-17, African American students in California public schools  had a 9.8 percent suspension rate, even though they are only 5.6 percent of the overall enrollment.

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