Donna Groman

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President Trump, Florida Senator Marco Rubio and others say schools are less safe because of Obama-era guidelines aimed at reducing suspensions and expulsions of minority students.

Conservatives point to Obama-era guidelines on school discipline as one reason for school shootings

President Trump, Florida Senator Marco Rubio and others say schools are less safe because of Obama-era guidelines aimed at reducing suspensions and expulsions of minority students.

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The Los Angeles Unified School District has announced new policies aimed at reducing arrest rates on campus.

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The Los Angeles Unified School District has announced new policies aimed at reducing arrest rates on campus.

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