How Teachers Would Handle Student Violence Against Educators
[Source: Ohio State News]
For the first time, teachers in a nationwide study have told researchers what strategies they think work best to deal with student violence against educators.
Teachers rated suspending or expelling students as the least effective way of addressing violence, despite the popularity of “zero tolerance” policies in many school districts.
Instead, teachers rated prevention policies, such as counseling for troubled students and improving school climate, as the best strategy for dealing with violence.
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