Zero Tolerance Policies and School Discipline

Author(s)Janerette, Dariel
Date Accessioned2009-01-27T16:58:43Z
Date Available2009-01-27T16:58:43Z
Publication Date2009-01-27T16:58:43Z
AbstractZero tolerance policies have been defined as school disciplinary practices that mandate automatic suspension and/or expulsion from school with the effect of redefining “students as criminals, with unfortunate consequences” (Martin, 2001, p. 1). Research suggests the harmful effects of zero tolerance policies on students and their families may outweigh the benefits of deterring student misbehavior. This policy brief discusses the efficacy of zero tolerance policies as a strategy to address school violence.en
URLhttp://udspace.udel.edu/handle/19716/3930
Part of SeriesPolicy Brief Vol 28;T.2009.01.01
KeywordsDiscipline policyen
KeywordsStudent behavioren
TitleZero Tolerance Policies and School Disciplineen
TypeTechnical Reporten
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