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July 24, 2013 2:53 PM

Merlene Davis: Finding ways to reduce school suspensions is up to all of us

When I read the "Third Annual Equity Scorecard" that was prepared by the Equity Council at the Fayette County Board of Education I discovered that the only two areas in which black and Hispanic children rise to the top are suspensions and dropout rates. That is a serious problem.

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