Punishing Students for Gadget Use Will Make Their Tech Etiquette Worse

Punishing Students for Gadget Use Will Make Their Tech Etiquette Worse

At the start of this year, the President Barack Obama administration made a New Year’s resolution for schools nationwide. It urged them to drop the “zero tolerance” approach to discipline, joining a growing chorus of critics of policies that dispense serious punishments for small rule violations. The essence of zero tolerance is that normal but undesirable behavior counts as a strike against students. But the potential end of zero tolerance is also great news for a surprising part of society: the tech sector.

    



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