LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — A report from the Lafayette Parish School System finds disciplinary incidents up 13.5 percent from August through November, compared to the same time period in 2014.

Most of the incidents took place in high schools, with the most common infractions including willful disobedience, habitual tardiness, skipping class and leaving school or class without permission.

The report was requested by The Daily Advertiser.

That report showed 5,866 disciplinary incidents during those months in 2015, compared to 5,167 incidents in the same months last year.

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