Friday, July 11, 2008

Intervention may be more effective than suspension

Baltimore schools chief Andres Alonso's plan to establish a special school for students with behavioral problems is a good idea, writes the Baltimore Sun editorial board. Suspending and expelling children who misbehave does little to solve their problems and negatively affects learning, but the proposed academic and behavioral-modification program may help get such students back on track. The Sun (Baltimore)

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