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19 players from L.A. school suspended for football opener because of 2016 altercation

An altercation during a playoff football game last year has led to suspensions at the start of this season for one Los Angeles school.

Banning (Wilmington, Calif.) and El Camino Real (Woodland Hills, Calif.) were involved in a fight at the end of their Los Angeles City Section Playoff quarterfinal game last November, … 133 more words

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Twitter reacted to Ezekiel Elliott's suspension with shock, anti-Cowboys memes

The Dallas Cowboys found out their star running back Ezekiel Elliott would be suspended for six games because of a domestic violence allegations. Here’s more from… 498 more words

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Breaking:#FreeZeke:Cowboys star Running Back Ezekiel Elliott suspended

Cowboys star Running Back Ezekiel Elliott will be suspended for the first six games of the regular season for violating the league’s conduct policy.Eliott is expected to appeal the suspension,ESPN was told.Use the hashtag #FreeZeke to help his case.For now though,it’s Dak Prescott’s team.

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The last Sunday Sessions - 2pt chest

I want to start at the end… but then thats always where I want to start. I want to start with how it felt, what it meant, what I saw. 2,147 more words

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Classrooms Not Courtrooms: School leaders meet to rethink discipline

RICHMOND, Va. (WAVY) — School leaders from across the state met at the Greater Richmond Convention Center Monday for the “Classrooms Not Courtrooms: School Discipline and the Achievement Gap Institute.” 537 more words

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Time out: Edmonton students are suspended thousands of times each year

Hours after she was handed a five-day suspension, 14-year-old Taytum sat on a south Edmonton patio while back at school, class carried on without her. 2,423 more words

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Second chance: Legislation promotes alternatives to school suspensions

RICHMOND, Va. (WAVY) — Before he became Del. Lamont Bagby (D-Richmond), he wasn’t exactly a star student.

“I was sort of what you would call in public schools a habitual offender,” he said. 400 more words

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