Friday, September 28, 2012

Some MA Districts Post High Out-of-School Suspension Rates

Below is a list of the top 20 Massachusetts school districts with the highest out of school suspension rates for school year 2011-12. Individual charter schools are considered separate districts by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

  1. Roxbury Preparatory Charter: 56.1%
  2. Grove Hall Preparatory Charter: 50%
  3. City on a Hill Charter: 43.6%
  4. Up Academy Charter Boston: 38%
  5. New Leadership Charter: 36.6%
  6. Boston Preparatory Charter: 35.1%
  7. Lowell Middlesex Academy Charter: 32.1%
  8. Holyoke: 27.3%
  9. Edward Brooke Charter: 24.9%
  10. Hampden Charter School of Science: 24.7%
  11. Codman Academy Charter: 23.5%
  12. Spirit of Knowledge Charter: 22.8%
  13. Martin Luther King Jr. Charter School of Excellence: 22.5%
  14. Edward Brooke Charter 2: 22.4%
  15. Boston Green Academy Horace Mann Charter: 19.4%
  16. Community Charter School of Cambridge: 19.4%
  17. Fall River: 18.4%
  18. Berkshires Arts and Technology Academy: 18.1%
  19. Excel Academy Charter Chelsea: 17.9%
  20. Franklin County Regional Vocational Technical Institute: 17.6%



  1. The “Opportunities Suspended” report used federal data and also found that 5 percent of white students and 17 percent of black students received out-of-school suspensions. Male students with disabilities had particularly high suspension rates. The data represented about 85 percent of the nation’s public school students.
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  3. Wow, that surprised me. I didn't realize that post secondary schools had those numbers and statistics. Not necessarily promising.

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