One of Boston’s highest-profile charter schools will face continued state oversight in response to its high rates of student discipline. But school leaders are arguing they’ve already made significant progress — and that a culture change is well underway.

In mid-March, Massachusetts’ education commissioner, Jeff Riley, announced that Roxbury Prep — a school of more than 1,500 students from grades five through 12 — could be placed on probation if it fails to evaluate its disciplinary practices and to reduce its reliance on practices like out-of-school suspension by the end of 2021.

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