California can prevent schools from suspending disruptive students because it

There are schools across the country that currently have problems with disruptive and sometimes violent students.

It seems like every week, a video of a violent beating at a school goes viral on social media.

In California, they are considering a bill that would prevent schools from suspending disruptive students, because suspensions are supposedly discriminatory.

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California can bar schools from suspending unruly students because doing so is allegedly discriminatory

The California Senate is considering a bill that would prohibit schools from suspending disruptive and rebellious students. The reasoning behind the bill is that such suspensions disproportionately affect black male students.

This ban on holding students accountable for misbehavior would apply to charter schools and public schools alike, grades 1 through 12.

What are the details?

State Sen. Nancy Skinner (D) introduced SB-274 on Feb. 1, which was referred to the Education Committee on Thursday.

The bill would bar students in grades 1 through 12 from being suspended for “disrupting school activities or otherwise defying the lawful authority of custodians, teachers, administrators, school officials, or other school personnel engaged in the performance of their duties.”

In addition to giving passes to disruptive and unruly students for disrupting classes and making it difficult for other students to learn, Skinner’s bill also prohibits suspending or expelling students who are “truant, tardy, or otherwise absent from school activities.”

The bill claims that “California’s laws regarding youth, their development, and punishment for their behavior are evolving,” suggesting that expecting less accountability and responsibility from students is a sign of progress.

This is such a dumb idea.

Why should taxpayers and parents put up with it?