Inequality, Segregation, and the Overrepresentation of African Americans in School Suspensions:

@inproceedings{Eitle2004InequalitySA,
  title={Inequality, Segregation, and the Overrepresentation of African Americans in School Suspensions:},
  author={Tamela McNulty Eitle and David Eitle},
  year={2004}
}
Using school, district, and county data from the State of Florida Department of Education and the U.S. Census, we examine the relationship between school segregation and the overrepresentation of black students among those suspended. We explore two competing hypotheses about the nature of this relationship: (1) an overall racial inequality hypothesis that suggests schools located in districts with relatively high levels of segregation among students also have the largest black suspension… CONTINUE READING

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