Discriminatory Treatment of Black Students

Racial Gap in Suspensions Black students from kindergarten to high school are about 3.8 times more likely to experience exclusionary discipline comparable to the white compeers. Students of color get disparately treated, punished, and suspended. The percentage of suspension varies by ethnic background and gender. Among all the K-12 students, 18 percent of Black boys, …

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Impact of Zero Tolerance Policy on Students of Color

Zero-Tolerance Policies: A Catalyst to School-to-Prison Pipeline The zero-tolerance approach relies on predetermined punishments to a behavior despite considering the extent of the offense. Zero-tolerance policies were put into practice to prevent violence and behavioral issues. But zero-tolerance is practiced to suspend or expel students for insignificant misconduct. The misemploy and bias implementation led to …

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Is Systemic Racism Unprejudiced?

Systemic Racism Affects Black People Systemic racism is predominant in the international human rights movement. The worldwide protest “Black Live Matter” and the widely spread COVID-19 pandemic lit by the violent murder of an Afro-American, George Floyd. The formulation of systemic racism disadvantage different racial groups in significant ways. The implicit bias is also one …

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