Bill would ban "zero tolerance” policies in Ohio schools

Matthew Zalaznick's picture
Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Since the attack on Columbine High School 14 years ago, school administrators have cracked down on violence and disruptive behavior with so-called “zero tolerance” policies. They call for automatic, harsh punishments, often suspensions or expulsions, for certain offenses.

Now there’s a trend to ban the policies, including those in Ohio.

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