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- 94-001 Marinette School District
- Did the district violate the complainants' son's right to be educated in the least restrictive environment by failing to place him in a regular class with assistance from a full-time aide during the 1993-94 school year?
- 94-002 Madison Metropolitan School District
- Did the district fail to inform the complainant parents, prior to submitting an EEN referral for their son in January 1994, that a referral would be submitted?
Trends and Patterns of Disciplinary Actions and Handling of Pupil Harassment
The number of students expelled from Wisconsin schools has more than tripled between 1996 and 2001. The number of students suspended has risen 34 percent. Data shows that African American students are suspended at a higher rate and for a longer period of time than any other group. Data also indicates that male students are much more likely to be expelled than are female students1.
Sources of Data/Information
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