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Discipline reformer inspired by family, grief

Reporter(s)/Author(s): 
T. Rees Shapiro
Published on: 
Mon, 06/03/2013
Media Source: 
Washington Post

Steve Stuban visits his wife and son at Arlington National Cemetery about once a week. They are buried there together, in Section 64, grave plot 2301.

Fairfax school board delays action on discipline policies

Published on: 
Fri, 06/08/2012
Media Source: 
Washington Post

The Fairfax County School Board postponed action Thursday night on a series of proposals that would have brought major changes to discipline policies, tabling a measure to require that parents

Changes seen in disciplinary action at Fairfax schools

Published on: 
Tue, 04/17/2012
Media Source: 
Washington Post

Fairfax County public schools are forcing fewer students to transfer to new schools when they get into trouble and are keeping them out of class fewer days as they wait for disciplinary rulings.

Fairfax County School Board races could overshadow other campaigns this year

Published on: 
Mon, 08/15/2011
Media Source: 
Washington Post

Like many Fairfax County parents, Steven Stuban and his wife entrusted their child to the nationally regarded public school system, believing that the people who ran the district would do what’s be

Fairfax schools to scale back forced transfers

Published on: 
Fri, 06/10/2011
Media Source: 
Washington Post

The Fairfax County school board voted Thursday night to scale back the practice of forced school transfers for students in disciplinary trouble, as board members considered the most sweeping changes in more than a dozen years to the county’s discipline policies.

Penalties for drug offenses weigh heavily on students

Published on: 
Sun, 05/01/2011
Media Source: 
Washington Post

As many high school seniors thrill over their college admission offers, Nick Hanna wonders about the effect of his mistakes in Fairfax County. Four Virginia colleges have turned him down, and two have placed him on wait lists.

No Changes To Fairfax County Public Schools Discipline Policy

Published on: 
Tue, 04/05/2011
Media Source: 
Fox 5 News

Talks continue but there are no changes yet in Fairfax County School's zero tolerance discipline policy.

Fairfax schools consider recording student disciplinary hearings

Published on: 
Mon, 03/28/2011
Media Source: 
Washington Post

A growing number of Fairfax school officials support the idea of creating audio recordings of student disciplinary proceedings as the district seeks to respond to parent complaints about fairness and tone in the hearing room.

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