Understanding Disproportionality Part 4: TAC-D’s Culturally Responsive Education (CRE) Framework and Equity Teams

Written by Jaspreet Kaur This is the final installment of our 4-part blog series on disproportionality.  We encourage you to view our previous posts on disproportionality so you can get a full picture of what it is and what the Technical Assistance Center on Disproportionality (TAC-D) at NYU Metro Center is doing to eliminate it. […]

Understanding Disproportionality Part 3: TAC-D’s Root Cause Analysis Approach

Written by Jaspreet Kaur Part 1 and Part 2 of this series on disproportionality covered what the problem of disproportionality is and how it presents itself throughout the education system. This piece and the final (upcoming) piece of this series highlights the transformative work the Technical Assistance Center on Disproportionality (TAC-D) engages in to dismantle […]

Understanding Disproportionality Part 2: Measuring Disproportionality

pie chart showing the percentage of Suspensions or Removals involving NYPD in NYC Schools

Written by Jaspreet Kaur In this part of the series (Take a look at part 1: “What Disproportionality Is and Why it Matters“ if you haven’t yet.), we take a closer look at New York City Public School discipline data (2017-2018) to help us illustrate the glaring inequities for the sub-groups which have been marginalized […]

Understanding Disproportionality Part 1: What Disproportionality Is and Why It Matters

Photos of students in school hallway

Written by Jaspreet Kaur NYU Metro Center recently released the blog post, “Disproportionality and Punishment: A CRE Approach to School Discipline” that problematized continued disproportionate suspensions of Black and Latinx New York City Public School students. This week, we will release 2 parts of a 4-part blog series that  responds to that article by providing […]

“Are my students at risk?” Measuring Disciplinary Disproportionality

It is a well-established fact that Black students in the United States are more likely than other students to receive disciplinary referrals, and be suspended or expelled from school.   For example, the U.S. Department of Education’s Civil Rights Data Collection notes that in 2013, Black students comprised 26 percent of all students in New York […]