Do Out-of-School Suspensions Prevent Future Exclusionary Discipline?
This evaluation brief examines the use of suspensions in 1,840 public middle schools in the United States and assesses the extent to which they are effective at reducing future problem behavior for students who receive them.
May 1, 2015
Michelle M. Massar, Kent McIntosh, Bert M. Eliason
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