Common Sense Zero Tolerance Act

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Under Kern’s bill, students couldn’t be punished for possessing small toy weapons or using writing utensils, fingers or their hands to simulate a weapon. Students also couldn’t be punished for drawing pictures of weapons or wearing clothes that “support or advance Second Amendment rights or organizations.”

Legislator seeks to ease school policies » State/Region » The Norman Transcript
About time! This zero tolerance in the schools has gotten out of hand. My 3 year was reprimanded at his daycare because he and a friend were going around playing cops and robbers, holding their fingers like guns and going "pow-pow." When I went to pick him up that day and was told that I needed to talk with him about it, I initially thought they were kidding but they sited me the zero tolerance policy and was told if his behavior wasn't changed he would not be welcomed at the daycare anymore.
 

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Common sense zero tolerance is an oxymoron.
 

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