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Critics say school suspensions are counterproductive and used excessively

Some school systems have begun to re-assess their policies on school suspensions. NPR reports that school districts impose suspensions disproportionately on certain types of students, and those who receive such discipline are more likely to fall behind in their studies, drop out of school, and end up in jail

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