Pennsylvania city school board to vote on students' bill of rights

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

The board of Pittsburgh Public Schools plans to vote this month on whether to add a student bill of rights - written by students - to the student code of discipline.

After four TeenBloc students from A+ Schools presented their ideas at a board education committee meeting Tuesday, board member Regina Holley said a resolution is being readied for a board vote on May 28.

"As education chair and a former principal, what they're asking for is not something that is unreasonable," Ms. Holley said after the meeting.

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