• Geography
  • Published 2017

Differences in Discipline Consequence Assignment by StudentEthnicity/Race: A Multiyear, Texas Analysis

@inproceedings{Barnes2017DifferencesID,
  title={Differences in Discipline Consequence Assignment by StudentEthnicity/Race: A Multiyear, Texas Analysis},
  author={Mikia J. Barnes and John R. Slate and Cynthia Martinez-Garcia and George Winfred Moore},
  year={2017}
}
A connection exists between public education and attaining the American dream. Education is the key to the American dream (Hochschild & Scovronick, 2003; Reardon, 2013). A diverse group of students are enrolled in the public school system in the United States with hopes of acquiring an education that will lead to success (Jones, Slate, & Martinez-Garcia, 2014). Unfortunately, however, the American dream is difficult to realize for some groups of students because of the color of their skin or… CONTINUE READING

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