Thursday, March 4, 2010

N.C data on school crime, violence & dropouts

N.C. education officials tally dropout rates, suspensions and incidents of school crime and violence every year. The report being presented to the school board today shows Charlotte-Mecklenburg's numbers looking worse than state averages in all of those categories.

These three .pdfs make up the Consolidated Report on:

 -- School Crime and Violence
 -- Suspensions and Expulsions
 -- Dropout tates

Consolidated data, part 1

Consolidated data, part 2

Consolidated data, part 3

This document details the total number of criminal or violent acts for each public school in the state:

2008-09 Crime & Violence Report

-- Ann Doss Helms

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