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Expulsions, suspensions could face more scrutiny in D.C. charters

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D.C. charter schools could be shut down for failing to report student suspensions and expulsions each month to the D.C. Public Charter School Board, under a new policy being considered by the board. Currently, the schools -- which serve 41 percent of the city's public school students and are growing rapidly -- generally only risk losing their charters if they're struggling academically or...