Disciplinary process in NYC schools fraught with delays

12/12/2003 | NYTimes.com

Under Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's new centralized disciplinary system, weeks can pass before the superintendent's office responds to school requests to suspend violent students. The delays in expeditious processing enable dangerous students to continue attending classes, often alongside their victims.

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