Schools increasingly criminalize student misbehavior

01/5/2004 | NYTimes.com

More U.S. schools are referring disruptive students to the juvenile justice system in lieu of handling misbehavior in-house. Experts say zero-tolerance policies are responsible for creating a culture where relatively minor misconduct leads to suspensions, expulsions and arrests.

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