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Topic - Abigail Thernstrom
In poorer public school districts in Maryland, the percentage of students receiving special education is disproportionately higher than in wealthier districts, and has been since early 2000.
The federal government's dismissal of voter intimidation charges against the New Black Panther Party has not only stirred debate at the national level and among various media outlets, but created a firestorm within the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, which has announced a separate investigation of the matter.
As Stephan and Abigail Thernstrom noted in their 1997 book, "America in Black and White": "The plan that Garrity imposed upon the city was punitive in the extreme ... .
Ms. Thernstrom said this doesn't mean students are being mislabeled.