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DC Public Charter School Board tries to reduce 'zero tolerance' policies

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Update: This article has been corrected to reflect that KIPP D.C. last year had 2,632 students across its nine campuses and that 24 percent were suspended or expelled. The DC Public Charter School Board is encouraging charter schools to eliminate their "zero tolerance" discipline policies in an effort to reduce the number of students being suspended and expelled, Executive Director Scott...

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