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Alejandra Matos was a Washington Post education reporter. She left The Post in August 2017.
Leadership churn can hinder academic achievement, experts say.
City school officials now say they plan a “complete audit” of suspension data.
David Grosso (I-At Large) plans to introduce a bill aimed at improving disciplinary procedures.
The Washington Post found several schools were underreporting their suspensions.
Under pressure to overhaul discipline, some schools are underreporting suspensions.
Post investigation raises questions about city’s claim that far fewer students are being kicked out of school.
The State Board of Education will re-examine high school graduation requirements.
The old way often fails to make a connection between the classroom and home.
The school’s leaders said they do not plan to oppose the unionization.
The assertion marks the first time the FBI has said publicly that terrorist influences might have sparked the attack in Columbus that wounded 11 people.