Students of color with disabilities are being pushed into the school-to-prison pipeline, study finds

Exclusionary discipline practices in K-12 schools—suspension, expulsion and other disciplinary actions that take a student away from the classroom—raise the chances that a student will repeat a grade, drop out or end up in the criminal justice system. And students of color who have disabilities are disproportionately likely to face that kind of discipline.


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A student sits on the floor in front of blue lockers with arms folded and head down.