Column: Principal rewrites rules to end punishment cycle

After finding standard punishments sparked student rebellion and resistance, one Rhode Island middle school changed the rules by putting students in charge of their own behavior, writes former Providence School Board member Julia Steiny in the first of a three-part series.

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