Members from Voices of Youth in Chicago Education speaking about the Student Code of Conduct, which CPS has changed in recent years to reduce expulsions and suspensions. (File photo)

Most vulnerable CPS students suspended most often

A new report from the Consortium on Chicago Schools Research offers a sobering look at racial disparities in disciplinary actions at CPS high schools. Among the findings: 30 percent of high school students with a documented history of being abused or neglected were suspended in the 2013-2014 school year.