Campaign Pushes for Change Regarding Stories of Unfair School Punishment

Suspended For WHAT?

A third grader was suspended when she shaved her head in support of a long-term friend and cancer patient. A 14-year-old boy was suspended for hugging his best friend in the hallway.

Students are the victims of harsh discipline practices every day. Students of color, LGBTQ students, and students with disabilities are punished more harshly and more often than their peers for the same behavior.

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