Type of Document Dissertation Author Wilson, Omega W. Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-09122012-131009 Title The Relationship between Student Discipline Disproportionality and High School Dropout Rate Degree Doctor of Education Department Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Craig, James R. Committee Chair Cash, Carol S. Committee Member Earthman, Glen I. Committee Member Twiford, Travis W. Committee Member Keywords
- Classroom Management
- Discipline Gap
- Low Achievement Theory
- Zero Tolerance
- Suspension and Expulsion
Date of Defense 2012-08-30 Availability unrestricted Abstract
Omega W. Wilson Abstract
Previous research has indicated that there is a possible relationship between disproportionality in student discipline and high school dropout rate. Using discipline and dropout data from a mid-Atlantic state school district, discipline disproportionality and dropout rate amongst high school African American, Hispanic, and Caucasian male and females over a period of four school years was examined. The findings indicated that there was indeed discipline disproportionality among African American, Hispanic, and Caucasian students. However, the evidence indicating a relationship between disproportionality and dropping out was not conclusive. Based on the findings, implications for educational practice are advanced. In addition, recommendations for further research are set forth.
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