A report released by Advocates for Children, an advocacy organization, found that most disciplinary policies at publicly financed New York City charter schools were not wholly in line with state or federal requirements.
- 155 out of 183 charter organizations operating in New York City were surveyed.
- Anecdotal evidence was collected from parents who reported suspensions for minor infractions at schools.
- Policies were also matched up against the city’s public school discipline codes.
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