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May 03, 2018

Why Do School Discipline Disparities Exist? What the Evidence Can and Can't Tell Us

Nathan Barrett addresses specific studies often cited in the discipline disparities debate and provides a deeper look into how we think about and what we can reasonably expect from research on exclusionary and alternative forms of student discipline.

April 30, 2018

Can Research Offer Answers for the 'Discipline Disparities' Debate?

Nathan Barrett responds to the GAO's latest report on discipline disparities in K-12 schools and the debate around the rescission of the Dear Colleague letter by taking a closer look at what research says about the topic.

June 01, 2017

Keeping Kids in Class: How an Oregon School District Is Reducing Exclusionary Discipline

An Oregon school district official describes how a research-practice partnership helped the district reduce exclusionary discipline.

May 29, 2017

Partnering to Reduce Disproportionate Exclusionary Discipline in Oregon

Lessons Learned from a successful research-practice partnership formed to address the disproportionality of exclusionary discipline in Oregon schools.

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