Major Liberal City Set to Discipline Students Based on Their Race and Gender Identity for ‘Restorative Justice’

An agreement that ends a Portland, Oregon, teachers strike includes a sweeping call to provide “restorative justice” to students who tick the right boxes.
The strike was resolved late last month, according to CNN.
In the past, middle school and high school students could be suspended for at least five days in case of the most serious incidents of physical harm or threats of violence, according to KGW-TV in Portland.

Now, a team of staff psychologists, counselors and social workers will become involved, with more staff assigned as needed.
The district said it wanted to solve the problem that non-white students were suspended too often, according to Oregon Public Broadcasting.

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