Suspension

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: OSU Releases Investigative Report, Coach Meyer Suspended

OSU Releases Investigative Report, Coach Meyer Suspended

OSU’s independent investigation of Urban Meyer has found that he allowed unacceptable behavior by former wide receiver coach Zach Smith and didn’t notify the school about Smith’s issues.

Read: Texas Schools Credit Restorative Justice Programs for Suspension Drops

Texas Schools Credit Restorative Justice Programs for Suspension Drops

One Houston middle school that has seen a 50 percent drop in out-of-school suspensions has two 35-minute sessions each week for teachers and students to discuss their feelings.

Read: The Jury Is Still Out on the Effectiveness of Restorative Justice

The Jury Is Still Out on the Effectiveness of Restorative Justice

One study has found that New York City’s recent student discipline reforms have negatively affected campus climate.

Read: New York City Schools’ Suspension Rates Plummet

New York City Schools’ Suspension Rates Plummet

The decrease in suspensions follows new district disciplinary policies.

New Ill. Student Discipline Law Softens Punishments

The new law is designed to help students stay in school and graduate high school.

Md. Student Suspensions Way Down After Change in State Policy

Washington County Schools’ number of out of school suspensions fell to an all time low last school year.

Read: Teacher Suspended for Blocking Students’ Cell Phones

Teacher Suspended for Blocking Students’ Cell Phones

A science teacher at Fivay High School in Florida is in trouble after blocking his students’ cell phone signals in class.

Teacher Suspended for Blocking Students’ Cell Phones

A science teacher at Fivay High School in Florida is in trouble after blocking his students’ cell phone signals in class.

Read: North Dakota Guarantees College Students’ Right to Attorney During Nonacademic Disciplinary Hearings

North Dakota Guarantees College Students’ Right to Attorney During Nonacademic Disciplinary Hearings

SB 2150 will provide students enrolled in the state’s public colleges and universities the right to be represented at their expense in non-academic suspension and expulsion hearings.

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