Legislative Student-Discipline Task Force Finds Common Ground, but Comes up Short on some key tasks

Monday, February 06, 2017

As St. Paul Public Schools officials work on repairing trust among students, educators, Student Resource Officers and community members — after a tumultuous year of leadership changes, and violent incidents in schools — potential discipline policy changes at the state level could hold implications for students in the capital city and beyond.

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