Expulsion

Expulsion


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Following the demise of corporal punishment in schools, some educators expressed concern that there would be a dramatic increase in the number of suspensions and expulsions. While this was not immediately the case, zero tolerance policies, which assign suspensions and expulsions for a wide array of behaviors regardless of the individual circumstances, have been linked to increased rates of suspension and expulsion.

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Educational Alternatives to Suspension and Expulsion.

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