Student Discipline

Read: Oklahoma School District Implements New Student ID Policy

Oklahoma School District Implements New Student ID Policy

Students are now required to wear their ID badges or face disciplinary action.

Read: Father of Alleged Rape Victim Beats University of Portland VP With Bat

Father of Alleged Rape Victim Beats University of Portland VP With Bat

The father claims the investigation of his daughter’s 2016 sexual assault claim was mishandled.

Read: Study: Stricter School Discipline Policies Have Long-term Negative Effects on Students

Study: Stricter School Discipline Policies Have Long-term Negative Effects on Students

High suspension rates of middle school students resulted in a significantly greater chance of them dropping out, being arrested and incarcerated.

Read: FBI: Former Student Plotted ISIS Bombing of 2 Florida College Deans

FBI: Former Student Plotted ISIS Bombing of 2 Florida College Deans

Miami Dade College and Broward College had previously expelled the bombing attack suspect for alleged sexual harassment.

Read: Video Catches Substitute Teacher Allegedly Beating Student

Video Catches Substitute Teacher Allegedly Beating Student

The sub was arrested after local law enforcement interviewed student witnesses and reviewed cell phone videos taken during the incident.

Read: California Mandates Later Start Times at Middle Schools and High Schools

California Mandates Later Start Times at Middle Schools and High Schools

California is the first state in the nation to mandate that schools start later so students can get more sleep.

Read: Parkland and Santa Fe Schools Reveal Shootings’ Effects on Students

Parkland and Santa Fe Schools Reveal Shootings’ Effects on Students

After the active shooter attacks, both experienced increases in mental health and discipline issues, as well as drops in academic performance.

Read: Calif. Law Bans Suspensions for Falling Asleep, Talking Back to Teachers

Calif. Law Bans Suspensions for Falling Asleep, Talking Back to Teachers

Supporters of the law believe ending “willful defiance” suspensions will help disrupt the school-to-prison pipeline.

Read: Videos: Pacifica High School Students Sang Nazi Song, Gave Nazi Salute

Videos: Pacifica High School Students Sang Nazi Song, Gave Nazi Salute

Concerned parents expressed anger that they were not notified of the original video, which officials were made aware of back in March.

Read: First Circuit Splits from Sixth Circuit, Dept. of Ed. on Title IX Due Process

First Circuit Splits from Sixth Circuit, Dept. of Ed. on Title IX Due Process

The Sixth Circuit ruled having a neutral party interview the complainant and respondent in a Title IX matter met constitutional due process principles.

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