How We Discipline Students in Schools Is "Trump-Like"
|Above copied from Skiba and Losen, American Educator, Winter 2015-16|
There is ample research that school suspensions are not really effective. In fact, recent research shows that suspensions can even lead to collateral damage.
|Above copied from American Sociological Review|
suspensions lasting a week or longer involve possession of a weapon while 43 percent are for insubordination."
Perhaps, we do need to look at Trump as if we are looking at a mirror.