A new code of conduct in Baltimore City schools gives principals more control over suspensions–even for zero tolerance violations like weapons on campus.
Casey Stern with MLB Network Radio joined the Glenn Younes show to talk about the recent suspensions in the MLB.
Maryland education officials have approved changes to the state’s discipline policy that are meant to cut back on suspensions and expulsions.
The NFL’s rulings on “bounty gate” shows that the league has all the say. Even if the appeals process seems a bit unseemly, there should be some balance and fairness.
Three students at a Baltimore County high school have been suspended after drawing a racially offensive picture on a classroom board and then posting it on Twitter.
If it isn’t a violent crime, the student stays in school. That’s just one of several recommendations from state school leaders on a quest to slash the soaring number of school suspensions.
The state’s zero-tolerance policy at schools may be doing more harm than good. Now, some school leaders are calling for some sweeping changes.
The school announced that senior WR’s Ronnie Tyler and Quintin McCree have been suspended from the team indefinitely for a violation of team rules.