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Newspaper Article: CPS wants to ease discipline policy at charters

Categories

STUDENTS, juvenile justice, struggling learners, dropouts/pushouts, belonging, learning, CULTURE, race/ethnicity, behavior intervention, dropout prevention, SCHOOLS, charter

Areas

DISTRICT:Leadership for Learning/ Governance & Leadership for Equity/ Inclusive Leadership for Equity and Accountability

Authors

Ahmed-Ullah, Noreen S.

Published

February 7, 2014

Abstract

Chicago Public Schools officials said Thursday that they are starting to see success in efforts to dismantle a much-criticized zero-tolerance policy toward discipline and want to expand initiatives to reduce student suspensions to privately run charter schools.

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