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Zero Tolerance for School Violence
. . . on Feb. 29 by another 6-year-old -- left little doubt that zero-tolerance policies will remain in force. Go to top Overview On a school bus last . . .
3/10/2000 Elementary and Secondary Education
School Discipline
. . . Washington Post/Jahi Chikwendiu) Two decades after the nation's schools began adopting zero-tolerance discipline policies to curb violence, drug use and gun threats, reform . . .
5/9/2014 Diversity Issues
Teen Drug Use
. . . over and high, and they honestly don't know that's a problem.” Is “zero tolerance” an effective anti-drug approach? “Zero tolerance” drug policies may signify inflexibility about drug . . .
6/3/2011 Substance Abuse
Changing Demographics
. . . in force for 40 years. Then, reflecting the growing atmosphere of tolerance in the 1960s, Congress passed the Immigration and Nationality Act of . . .
11/16/2012 Census
Crisis in the Catholic Church
. . . pope's permission — and at Ratzinger's instigation — to impose a “zero tolerance” rule against pedophile priests, which meant not just immediately notifying the . . .
1/2011 Global Issues
Europe's Immigration Turmoil
. . . Western Europe, most surprisingly in two countries traditionally known for their tolerance — Sweden and the Netherlands. And while Swedish and Austrian mainstream . . .
12/2010 Immigration and Naturalization
Gun Control
. . . 7. But the chances of Congress banning assault weapons are close to zero, says Gottlieb of the Second Amendment Foundation. “This is not going . . .
3/8/2013 Gun Control
Preventing Hazing
. . . Defense secretary when the videotape surfaced, vowed to enforce a strict, “zero tolerance” hazing policy. “Abuse such as this has no place in any . . .
2/8/2013 Students and Social Life
Youth Violence
. . . in schools, a practice that has grown with the introduction of zero-tolerance discipline policies in recent years. Footnote 23 “Whereas altercations used to . . .
3/5/2010 Juvenile Justice
Race and Education
. . . systems across the South or elsewhere. The year of the ruling, zero percent of black students in the South were in majority-white schools. . . .
9/5/2014 Diversity Issues
Islamic Sectarianism
. . . works,” says Landis. “The religious groups fight each other in a zero-sum game into complete submission, and it goes on for a decade . . .
8/7/2012 Islam
Emerging Central Asia
. . . in Afghanistan began. That is due partly to the Soviet legacy of zero tolerance for organized violence and weapons possession. Plus, there are no uncontrolled . . .
1/17/2012 Regional Political Affairs: Russia and the Former Soviet Union
Brazil on the Rise
. . . priorities — reducing poverty — Lula initiated two nationwide programs: Fome Zero (Zero Hunger), which gave money to the most needy, and Bolsa . . .
6/7/2011 Regional Political Affairs: Latin America and the Caribbean
Global Hunger
. . . Global Food Issues. “Both animals and vegetation have a much greater tolerance for temperature changes than the [widely used scientific] models would have . . .
8/8/2014 Farm Produce and Commodities
Racial Profiling
. . . a similar disclaimer of responsibility. Footnote 3 “Barneys New York has zero tolerance for any form of discrimination, and we stand by our long . . .
11/22/2013 Domestic Issues
Genetically Modified Food
. . . which kinds of foods they want to buy. “Both Bt and herbicide tolerance work in simplified crop systems,” says Gurian-Sherman. “If your aim is . . .
8/31/2012 Farm Produce and Commodities
Privatizing the Military
. . . pay for months. Footnote 21 The U.S. government already had a “zero tolerance” policy on such abuses at the time of the 2008 protests . . .
7/13/2012 Middle East Conflicts
Alcohol Abuse
. . . Greenville (S.C.) News, March 19, 2012. Many college administrators advocate a zero tolerance approach to underage drinking and urge those of legal age to . . .
6/8/2012 Substance Abuse
Social Networking
. . . criminal justice at the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire. Establishing “zero tolerance” policies for cyberbullying or warning kids that they “could go to . . .
9/17/2010 Internet and Social Media
Gangs in the U.S.
. . . an elite gang-fighting squad of 60 officers, called “Vortex.” In a zero-tolerance policing binge, Vortex made some 2,600 arrests in a single summer, . . .
7/16/2010 Organized Crime
Water Shortages
. . . makes sense to ban it altogether in certain places where our tolerance of risk is essentially zero,” Matthiessen argues. “New York City's drinking water . . .
6/18/2010 Water Resources
Expanding Higher Education
. . . universities. “Maybe I'm overly optimistic, but I don't see it as a zero-sum game,” says Paul Temple, co-director of the Centre for Higher Education . . .
11/15/2011 Cost of Education and School Funding
Democracy in Southeast Asia
. . . “There is not a lot of commitment to democratic values like tolerance of opposition and freedom of the press and of association,” he . . .
6/2010 Regional Political Affairs: East Asia and the Pacific
Confronting Rape as a War Crime
. . . violence. For the resolutions to offer protection there has to be zero tolerance for sexual violence by the U.N. as this will encourage more . . .
5/2010 Global Issues
Discipline in Schools
. . . discipline, the search continues for effective methods to curb classroom misconduct. Zero-tolerance policies, widely adopted during the 1990s, have led to skyrocketing suspension . . .
2/15/2008 Students and Social Life
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