October 28, 2007

Police calls and discipline rates – middle schools

Posted in Statistics and reporting, Student safety, Student violence at 5:49 pm by madisonparent

Following on our previous post, we’ve taken a look at the same categories of data, but this time for MMSD middle schools. The same data notes from the previous post apply here, with a couple of additional notes: the police call data for Toki includes police calls for Orchard Ridge Elementary School, if any, since those schools share the same block; and enrollment dropped in many of the middle schools between the comparison years (enrollment declined about ten percent in the aggregate for MMSD middle schools; school-specific enrollment information is available at the DPI web site).

Police calls for service, down for most middle schools:


Suspension percentages, up for more than half of the middle schools:


Rates for weapons/drugs related suspensions/expulsions, up for more than half of the middle schools:



1 Comment »

  1. Steve said,

    Who keeps track of the assaults committed by teachers on students in schools (Whitehorse middle school).

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