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District seeks to fill discipline panel

District subcommittee for discipline may recommend to the board a move away from zero tolerance. A review of school discipline research shows that zero tolerance policies developed in the 1980s to stop drug use and curtail unruly and violent behavior in schools are not as successful as thought in creating safer learning environments.

Read the full story in the Today's News-Herald (Nov 22, 2017)

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