Maxie Graham, a site coordinator at the Success Center at 6300 NW 27th Ave. in Miami, reviewed a student's classwork at the start of the school year last September. The center was one of 10 that Miami-Dade County schools set up as an alternative to out-of-school suspensions in the first year of an ambitious overhaul of the district’s discipline program.
Maxie Graham, a site coordinator at the Success Center at 6300 NW 27th Ave. in Miami, reviewed a student's classwork at the start of the school year last September. The center was one of 10 that Miami-Dade County schools set up as an alternative to out-of-school suspensions in the first year of an ambitious overhaul of the district’s discipline program. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com
Maxie Graham, a site coordinator at the Success Center at 6300 NW 27th Ave. in Miami, reviewed a student's classwork at the start of the school year last September. The center was one of 10 that Miami-Dade County schools set up as an alternative to out-of-school suspensions in the first year of an ambitious overhaul of the district’s discipline program. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com

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