What Are Districts' Written Policies Regarding Student Substance-Related Incidents?

Examines the features of the written substance-related policies for the 100 largest school districts in the country. The study finds that a large majority of districts may involve law enforcement in incidents involving student possession, use, sale, or distribution of drugs and alcohol. Additionally, the study showed that these incidents may result in suspensions or expulsions or both.

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