Point of no return: Alternative schooling should not be a dead end
from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
When students are so disruptive that their behavior means teachers can't teach, schools must remove them from the classroom. That doesn't mean ejected students should stay trapped in an alternative program, but that's what happened to 14-year-old Allen Carter. He's not alone.
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