Tolerance waning for zero-tolerance rules

The Texas legislation comes partly in response to a 2008 article in the Texas Tech Law Review, 'Zeroing Out Zero Tolerance: Eliminating Zero Tolerance Policies in Texas Schools,' which concluded that such laws have failed to reduce school violence while moving more students into the juvenile-justice system.

Written by: Jessica Behnham

DENVER | Ten years after the Columbine massacre, some states are losing their tolerance for the zero-tolerance policies that proliferated in the aftermath of the nation's deadliest high-school shooting.

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