Data map: Expulsion rates at Chicago Public Schools and charters

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Chicago Public School students were expelled during the 2012-13 school year at higher rates by charter schools compared with traditional CPS schools. Becky Schlikerman, Fran Spielman and Art Golab have the full report here.

Use this map to see which schools had the highest expulsion rates:

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