New Data Show Outsized Police Role and Racial Disparities in School Discipline

December 2, 2016 — The New York Civil Liberties Union released an analysis today of New York City school safety data showing that, although schools are safer and fewer students are being arrested, more must be done to eliminate severe racial disparities and to limit NYPD involvement in school discipline. The NYCLU’s analysis of NYPD data from the first half of 2016 shows that 90.9 percent of arrests were of Black or Latino students.
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