Suspension

Education
10:19 am
Thu August 7, 2014

Students, Unions Protest "Zero Tolerance" Policies

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A few dozen school-age students joined a union-backed coalition at the Ohio Statehouse Wednesday for a small but vocal protest against “zero tolerance” policies that result in kids being kicked out of school.

  The group, which included some students who’d been suspended or expelled from elementary school, held up signs reading “give kids second chances” and “more help less punishment”.

Molly Shack with the Ohio Student Association says the worst stories she’s heard involve suspensions at schools she says are underfunded and under-resourced.

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Around the Miami Valley
12:10 pm
Wed August 3, 2011

Ohio Teacher Suspended over Alleged Name-Calling

KETTERING, Ohio - An Ohio school board is considering the future a teacher accused of calling students names.

The human resources director for the Kettering schools said suspended Fairmont High School English teacher, Michael Togliatti, also repeatedly used profanity and ridiculed the district superintendent in class.

The Dayton Daily News reports the school board voted Tuesday night for Togliatti to be suspended without pay, pending termination.

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