Children's rights to free education By Taylor caruso

."Most school officials try to apply disciplinary policies fairly and in compliance with federal laws that forbid racial discrimination. Even so, a large and troubling body of data — some if it gathered by the federal government — shows that black and Hispanic students are disproportionately and unjustifiably subjected to suspension, expulsion or even arrest for nonviolent offenses that should be dealt with in the principal’s office. "This type of lead is a summary lead.

Children in other countries should get a free education no matter there skin or race.This type of lead is called a single item lead.

Children all around the world are not getting a free education.

They did this because restricting children's rights to associate,also restricts their right to express themselves.

"Over the last several years, civil rights officials in the Obama administration have begun to focus on this problem, increasing civil rights investigations and forcing school districts to revise disciplinary policies that disproportionately affect minorities."

They did this because increasing civil rights investigations and forcing school districts to revise disciplinary policies means that it affects more minority's.

"As a result, minority children who are already at greater risk of dropping out are being ejected from school and denied the right to an effective public education."

"Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. was on the mark last week when he said, “A routine school disciplinary infraction should land a student in the principal’s office, not in a police precinct. This type of conclusion is a quote a verbal giant.

In conclusion children should have the rights to express themselves and have a free education no matter the skin color or race. This type of conclusion is called point forward.

Cite-https://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/12/opinion/sunday/the-civil-rights-of-children.html?_r=1

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