3x more black students serve suspensions than whites in some local school districts


In some Central Ohio school districts, African-American students claim they’ve become targets of the administration based on the color of their skin. State statistics show black students are receiving three-to-four times more suspensions as their white classmates. (WSYX/WTTE)

In some Central Ohio school districts, African-American students claim they’ve become targets of the administration based on the color of their skin. State statistics show black students are receiving three-to-four times more suspensions as their white classmates.

The Scoring Our Schools team with ABC 6/FOX 28 pulled disciplinary data submitted to the state from Groveport Madison and Reynoldsburg City Schools, which are two similar school districts in Franklin County based on student population and ethnicity…

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