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How can school suspensions be improved?

  1. NJ's Ponderings profile image79
    NJ's Ponderingsposted 7 years ago

    How can school suspensions be improved?

  2. Kori Lee F.P. profile image83
    Kori Lee F.P.posted 7 years ago

    What you need is an alternative program that does not send the student home or onto the streets.  Usually every school district has a school where all the problem students.  These student just cannot fit into the traditiona structure of the public education structure.  You send the suspensions there and make them do very basic clean up and or psychological treatment.    Clean up means they clean toilets and or the campus.

  3. Dee aka Nonna profile image78
    Dee aka Nonnaposted 7 years ago

    Maybe we should just improve school...I think we make it harder than it need to be.  If kids enjoy learning that will not want to get into trouble to begin with.  Just improve schools.

  4. Walt Smith profile image58
    Walt Smithposted 7 years ago

    That is a tough one. I suppose it would be easy to say things like longer suspensions or tougher rules. Personally I have a couple of children in their teens and live in a medium sized area wth VERY conservative opinions and find that the local policy is that every child is guilty until proven innocent. I believe that programs need to be put into place to help troubled children instead of ones finding ways to punish or even embarass our youth. I know that most of the violence that happens in our schools starts at home, so don't you think the parenting should too...W

  5. ThunderKeys profile image66
    ThunderKeysposted 7 years ago

    Suspensions can be improved by replacing them with tailored positive behavioral support programs and direct-instruction based educational interventions.

    This would render suspensions redundant and have even the most behaviorally and educationally challenged kids graduating from high-school and finding better jobs in 2 to 3 years rather than dropping out! Check out my hub on direct instruction. It's the biggest science-proven secret never told in education, as most educators jobs would become redundant if implemented.

  6. NJ's Ponderings profile image79
    NJ's Ponderingsposted 7 years ago

    Suspensions are overused and misused. They are not effective and more often than not, students repeat inappropriate behavior. The question one needs to ask is, "Why are students not learning?" Answering this question with "because they don't act appropriately" is ..... To read more,

    http://hubpages.com/hub/School-Suspensi … to-Improve

 
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