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RETURNING "DECISION" TO SCHOOL DISCIPLINE DECISIONS: AN ANALYSIS OF RECENT, ANTI-ZERO TOLERANCE LEGISLATION

Rebecca Morton

Wash. U. L. Rev., Vol.91 pp.757-1663, 2014 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    RETURNING "DECISION" TO SCHOOL DISCIPLINE DECISIONS: AN ANALYSIS OF RECENT, ANTI-ZERO TOLERANCE LEGISLATION
  • Autor: Rebecca Morton
  • Assuntos: Discrimination; Administrators; Significantly; Unintentional; Circumstances; Consideration; Congressional; Effectiveness; Exclusionary; Disciplinary; Constitutional Law; Criminal Law & Procedure; Education Law; Torts
  • É parte de: Wash. U. L. Rev., Vol.91 pp.757-1663, 2014
  • Descrição: ... Additionally, in 2001 the ABA's policy-making House of Delegates officially opposed zero tolerance policies by encouraging school administrators to exercise discretion when making disciplinary decisions and to develop alternatives to expulsion. ... The legislation does not, however, require administrators or school officials to consider these factors before making disciplinary decisions. ... Feasibility of Enforcement While mandatory anti-zero tolerance policies are most likely to create uniform school discipline, requiring administrators to consider student intent and mitigating circumstances raises several questions about how such consideration of intent and contextual circumstances are enforced. ... The method by which students are sent to alternative schools as well as the common practice of ticketing misbehaving students are two examples of the continued presence of zero tolerance attitudes.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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