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May 14, 2018

Nearly 100,000 K-12 Students Still Spanked or Paddled at School, Data Show

The rate of students getting physical punishments in K-12 school is dropping, but cases are popping up in more states, according to Education Week's latest analysis of federal data.

April 24, 2018

Suspension Rates Higher for Students of Color With Disabilities, Data Show

A new civil rights indicator lets education watchers compare how many days of instruction are lost to suspensions, and new research suggests it could disproportionately hurt students with disabilities.

April 14, 2018

New Research Suggests Practical Ways to Make School Discipline, Access Equitable

Researchers discuss how data can help schools break the school-to-prison pipeline and boost access to advanced courses at the American Educational Research Association conference.

May 11, 2017

HHS Ponders Eliminating Preschool Expulsion Data in National Survey

Research and child advocacy groups have signed onto a letter opposing the change.

October 13, 2016

How Can Schools Counter Bias? Broward County Research Project Wants to Know

A community-wide research project in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., hopes to find ways to counter implicit bias that may undermine school discipline reform.

October 05, 2016

Corporal Punishment in School: More Evidence Shows Decline Across States

A new study finds more evidence of disparities in corporal punishment for boys, students of color, and students with disabilities.

September 01, 2016

A Closer Look at Corporal Punishment in the States

Education Week releases additional state-level analysis of civil rights data on corporal punishment in schools.

August 23, 2016

Corporal Punishment: Inside the Education Week Analysis

In a new investigation, Education Week found more than 109,000 students experienced physical discipline in 2013-14. Here's how we approached the analysis.

February 11, 2016

School Segregation Boosts Juvenile Crime in At-Risk Neighborhoods, Research Finds

Concentrating high-risk students in the same school can increase the development of juvenile crime networks, a new study finds.

August 09, 2015

Since Michael Brown, Police Shot and Killed 53 Teenagers. Who Were They?

Mischief, mental health issues and misunderstandings can be deadly for teenagers in encounters with the police.

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