Exclusionary discipline actions by grade level

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For more on this topic in Vermont, see:

Jay Diaz, Esq. (2015). KICKED OUT! Unfair and Unequal Student Discipline in Vermont’s Public Schools, Vermont Legal Aid

Molly Goldberg & Dawn Moskowitz (2016). Education Matters: The Impacts of Systemic Inequity in Vermont, Voices for Vermont’s Children.
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Definitions: Number and percent of students experiencing exclusionary discipline actions by grade level.  Actions include In-School Suspension, Out of School Suspensions, Expulsions, and Alternative school placements.

Data Source: Rebecca Holcombe (2016). Exclusionary Discipline Response. Response to written request of February 26, 2015 related to S.67. Report/Recommendations to the Senate and House Committees on Education; Senate Committee on Health and Welfare; House Committee on Human Services. Table 11 – Incident-level Data – Exclusionary Actions by Grade Level School Years 2013-2015.

LINK: http://legislature.vermont.gov/assets/Documents/2016/WorkGroups/Senate%20Education/Reports%20and%20Resources/W~Agency%20of%20Education~Exculsionary%20Discipline%20Report~1-25-2016.pdf