Garner Cleveland Record

April 4, 2014 3:05 PM

NC improves on school crime, suspensions and dropout rate; Wake figures mixed

The improvements in North Carolina‘s school crime, suspension and dropout rates occurred at the same time that Wake County saw gains in some areas but also an increase in the number of short-term suspensions.

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