Columnist: Hold superintendent, students to same zero-tolerance policy

04/29/2004 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Washington Post education columnist Marc Fisher says admires Alexandria, Va., Superintendent Rebecca Perry's forthrightness in apologizing for her DUI arrest last week. Yet, he recommends the school board give Perry the same rigid, zero-tolerance treatment the schools hardheartedly mete out to teens breaking serious rules--the boot.

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