Michigan moved away from zero-tolerance discipline in schools. Has Oxford changed that?

Jennifer Chambers
The Detroit News

Correction: A 2017 state law on Michigan school discipline mandates expulsions for three offenses, possessing a dangerous weapon, arson or criminal sexual conduct. That information has been corrected.

The tragedy at Oxford High School and the staggering rise in threats against Michigan schools that followed have triggered a return to a zero-tolerance approach in student discipline and a hard-line response to student misbehavior by legal authorities.

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