Big Picture High School student Monae Trevino cries as she leads a group discussion about drug use, part of an alternative way of dealing with rule breaking. Offering support is school aide Peggy Yap Lee, at left, and Katie Nordman.
When tackling the topic of student discipline, some of the country’s toughest schools have done a turnaround. Instead of focusing on rules broken, they now ask kids to confront themselves. The result? Fewer suspensions and new perspective on the point of school itself.
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