Washington, D.C. Council considers suspension guidelines

12/9/2008 | Washington Post, The

The Washington, D.C. Council will consider a Suspension Reform Act that would create a more uniform process for school suspensions, after some criticism of Hart Middle School for suspending 70 students in September. The bill specifies that students should be suspended only as a last resort and creates a reporting process that holds schools and officials more accountable when disciplining students.

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