Decriminalizing School Discipline

Wright Edelman, Marian
October 2014
Washington Informer;10/2/2014, Vol. 49 Issue 51, p27
The article argues against the treatment meted out to school students, including African Americans in U.S. as part of the disciplinary policies which consecutively expel or suspend the students causing increase in criminal activities at a younger age.


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