Researcher: Zero-tolerance policies can harm school discipline

09/2/2004

Education research consultant Susan Black cautions that zero-tolerance policies are often simplistic, haphazardly implemented strategies that backfire. She offers district experiences that indicate that zero-tolerance approaches often fail to improve student behavior and make schools more safe. American School Board Journal (September 2004)

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