Kaitlin Banner, a clinical instructor and supervising attorney at UDC-DCSL's Juvenile & Special Education Law Clinic and Took Crowell Institute for At-Risk Youth, and Alice M. Thomas, former professor at the UDC David A. Clarke School
of Law and visiting professor at Howard University School of Law, were quoted in Minority News about how discipline in the D.C. public charter school system leads to
high expulsion and suspension rates that disproportionately affect
minorities and students with special needs. Click here to read the full
Alice Martin Thomas (left) and Kaitlin Banner (right) on public charter school discipline.