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Harsher Discipline Starts Early for Black Students

An Education Department report finds African-American preschoolers are more likely to get suspended.

Attorney General Eric Holder (L) and Education Secretary Arne Duncan talk to preschoolers Dylan Hunt (2ndR) and Khalil Robinson (R) while they pretend to play doctors in their class at J.O. Wilson Elementry School. On March 21, 2014 in Washington, DC. Attorney General Holder and Secretary Duncan participated in discussion on the importance of universal access to preschool and the need to reduce unnecessary and unfair school discipline practices.
National Journal
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