Why It’s Not Just A “Disruptive Kid” Issue

Why It’s Not Just A “Disruptive Kid” Issue

As the education sector continues to weigh in on discipline reform, NACSA’s Karega Rausch argues the long history of research showing that discipline is complicated by race makes clear that data transparency and accountability must be part of any solution. As the old adage goes, “What gets measured gets done.”

Read his full piece on Education Post.


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