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<p>Cover Design by Andrew Nunez</p>

Cover Design by Andrew Nunez

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Black children excluded from school more often than White counterparts

A result of zero tolerance, ‘willful defiance’

Most boys are marvelous mischief-makers. In between their frequent shenanigans and monkeyshines is the desire to satisfy a curiosity to explore, to make friends and to be included in the learning process. But sometimes a wide-eyed, rambunctious spirit can get them into trouble. The U.S. Department of Education revealed this spring that African American children as young as four years old are three times as likely than their White counterparts to get suspended or expelled from preschool and Kindergarten for violating classroom rules