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Suspension not always best course

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Punishing ill-behaved students by suspending them seems counterproductive — especially if the motivation for their misbehavior is the desire for a vacation. Kids can’t learn when they’re not in school, though they can certainly get in trouble if they’re unsupervised. And it surely burdens teachers and fellow students when they come back oblivious to the material that’s been covered. Either they’ll need extra attention to get caught up, or they won’t even try while becoming ...

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