Jul 27, 2016

Mojica and Plata: In HISD and all schools, 'exclusionary' discipline should be last resort - Houston Chronicle

At a recent teach-in organized by the Organizing Network for Education Houston (ONE Houston), Natalie Pimblett, an HISD first-grade teacher, shared experiences of students stabbing her with scissors, others cutting her hair and clothes. According to research conducted at Texas A&M University, "the single greatest predictor of future involvement in the juvenile system is a history of disciplinary...

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