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Schools Safer, Discipline Worse

July 20, 2010

people and society graphic A University of Delaware professor says policies created as a reaction to school shootings are excessive and counterproductive. His new book suggests schools rethink the polices, including removing police from all but the most violent schools and involving students in the rule-making process. Full Story

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