Qasima Wideman, a student at Cary High School spoke about what she sees at her school in regards to student discipline practices. She said she has seen minority students, LGBTQ students and students with disabilities unfairly targeted by school resource officers.
Qasima Wideman, a student at Cary High School spoke about what she sees at her school in regards to student discipline practices. She said she has seen minority students, LGBTQ students and students with disabilities unfairly targeted by school resource officers. Mechelle Hankerson mhankerson@newsobserver.com
Qasima Wideman, a student at Cary High School spoke about what she sees at her school in regards to student discipline practices. She said she has seen minority students, LGBTQ students and students with disabilities unfairly targeted by school resource officers. Mechelle Hankerson mhankerson@newsobserver.com
Under the Dome

Under the Dome

Your inside source on North Carolina politics and government

Report finds NC black students disproportionately suspended

August 25, 2015 12:47 PM

UPDATED August 25, 2015 04:47 PM

More Videos

  • Can food stamps cover the costs of a healthy diet

    Maya McDowell of Raleigh, mother of two, said food stamps purchased two to three weeks of food for her family.

Under the Dome logo

Under the Dome

Under the Dome is your inside source on North Carolina politics and government and has been a regular feature in The N&O since 1934. Check here for the latest on state and federal government, political advocacy and upcoming elections. This blog is maintained by the N&O politics staff.