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  • Student suspensions fall sharply in New York City, reversing an unusual bump the year before

    Nov 4, 2019

    11.01.2019 | Chalkbeat | Some advocates cheered the continued decline in suspensions, and added that more  social support is needed.

    “Going forward, it is critical that the city build on these promising results by creating a solid infrastructure to institutionalize them and make the necessary additional investments in mental health services and supports, social workers, and restoratives practices to further expand on them,” said Dawn Yuster, director of the School Justice Project at Advocates for Children. Read article