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    US Schools Shifting Away From Suspending Students For Bad Behaviori
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    February 26, 2014 6:23 PM
    There is a growing trend in U.S. schools to re-think the way students are disciplined for bad behavior, including finding alternatives to punishments such as out-of-school suspensions. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles, a city with one of the largest school districts in the country, about how changes in discipline policies are affecting students.

    US Schools Shifting Away From Suspending Students For Bad Behavior

    Published February 26, 2014

    There is a growing trend in U.S. schools to re-think the way students are disciplined for bad behavior, including finding alternatives to punishments such as out-of-school suspensions. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles, a city with one of the largest school districts in the country, about how changes in discipline policies are affecting students.


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