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jueves, 12 de mayo de 2016

It's not racism that causes more African Americans to be suspended. It's peer pressure

It's not racism that causes more African Americans to be suspended. It's peer pressure
 - I would propose an alternative hypothesis to explain why African-American student get disciplined more. That is: They violate the rules more often.