Explains how suspension and expulsion for minor misbehavior leads to lower achievement, higher dropout rates, and more contact with juvenile justice. Calls for evidence-based alternatives, incentives to reduce school exclusion, and data collection.
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Title: Educate Every Child: Promoting Positive Solutions to School Discipline in Virginia
Publication date 2011-11-17
Publication Year 2011
Angela A. Ciolfi
, Crystal Shin
, Jeree Harris
Legal Aid Justice Center
North America / United States (Southern) / Virginia
, school exclusion
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