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Attorney General Holder to Step Down, Promoted Changes in School Discipline
9/25/14 | Politics K-12 (Ed Week)
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Civil Rights Enforcement Gone Haywire
Fall 2014 | Education Next
Attorney General Eric Holder will resign as soon as a successor can be appointed, he announced yesterday. As Evie Blad notes on Politics K-12,” in the education world, [Holder] is perhaps best known for his efforts to address disproportionately high discipline rates for students from certain racial and ethnic groups.”
In an article in the Fall 2014 issue of Education Next, Richard Epstein critiqued the new school-discipline guidance offered by the Department of Justice under Holder.