A computer glitch and lack of reporting by school districts have negated new laws designed to monitor violence in Michigan public schools.

A 1999 law required all Michigan school districts to report student expulsions to state schools Superintendent Arthur Ellis. However, only 16 percent of school districts reported the numbers. And the data reported were accidentally encrypted into unreadable form in the state Department of Education's computers, department spokesman Brad Wurfel said.


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