Palm Beach County schools have seen their out-of-school suspension rate drop by 25 to 30 percent this year, and Superintendent Wayne Gent said Monday he hopes to cut it even further.
Put on the spot by the community group People Engaged in Active Community Efforts, Gent agreed to have the nation’s 11th-largest district set a goal of having no school with an rate of more than 10 percent.
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