A scatter plot is depicted in which the vertical axis is the suspension rate for homeless students and the horizontal axis is the suspension rate for all other students. Each dot on the plot represents a school district. A diagonal line shows the points at which the two rates are equal. Most of the dots lie above the line. Three school districts where the rate of suspension for homeless students exceeds the rate for all other students are highlighted: Fortuna Union High, El Dorado Union High and Fresno Unified.

Throughout California, children and youth experiencing homelessness are suspended at higher rates than their peers in many school systems.