Discipline problems have increased substantially in Wichita schools over the past four years, particularly among the district’s youngest students.
Discipline problems have increased substantially in Wichita schools over the past four years, particularly among the district’s youngest students. Jaime Green File photo
Discipline problems have increased substantially in Wichita schools over the past four years, particularly among the district’s youngest students. Jaime Green File photo

Behavior is getting worse in Wichita classrooms, data shows

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