SD Senate OKs new rules on student suspensions
PIERRE (AP) — A bill to amend South Dakota policies on student suspensions has cleared its last legislative hurdle. The Senate on Wednesday voted unanimously to pass the bill, which already has the approval of the House. The bill sets up a three-strike system and allows students to remain in extracurricular activities, even if they are suspended.
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