Is it time to end zero-tolerance policies in schools?
from By: Brian Stack
From April 14:
A former student from my school recently came back to interview me on zero-tolerance policies for a research paper she was writing for her graduate program. Her questions really got me thinking about the purpose and the effectiveness of this approach in schools. Designed to eradicate students from engaging in certain behaviors, zero-tolerance policies generally call for punishing any infraction of a rule, regardless of the severity or whether the infraction was due to a mistake, ignorance or an extenuating circumstance.
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