New York City police officers arrested or ticketed an average of four students per day in schools over a four-month period this summer and fall...“The data raise concerns about black students being disproportionally arrested in the city’s schools,” said Donna Lieberman, executive director of the New York Civil Liberties Union...Udi Ofer, the NYCLU’s advocacy director, said the new data renewed questions about the city’s approach to student discipline.“Instead of arresting students who need the most help, the Bloomberg administration should redirect resources from police to services that support student achievement,” Ofer said in a statement. “Why are we employing 5,400 police personnel [in schools] and only 3,000 guidance counselors?”