Texas Zero Tolerance
Texas Zero Tolerance
Advantage Academy (Waxahachie Charter School)

X - Aledo ISD

Alvin ISD

Aransas County ISD

Azel ISD

Belton ISD

X - Birdville ISD

Borger ISD

Brazosport ISD

Canton ISD

Carrollton Farmers Branch ISD

Clear Creek ISD

X - Cleburn ISD

Cranfills Gap ISD

Comal ISD

Conroe ISD

Copperas Cove ISD

X - Cy-Fair ISD

Dallas ISD

Del Valle ISD

X - Desoto ISD

X - Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD

X - Flour Bluff ISD

X - Eanes ISD

Fort Bend ISD

  Grade Tampering Scandal (Summary)

Fort Worth ISD

Friendswood ISD

Garland ISD

Grand Prairie ISD

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD

Groveton ISD

X - Hempstead ISD

Houston ISD

Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD

Karnes City ISD

This page provides links to reported cases of alleged abuse of disciplinary codes by individual Texas public school districts. These reported incidents are submitted by the parents or children and should always be weighed by this fact. Some have been reported in the media.

The policy of TZT is to never publish specific names of individuals involved in these reports to protect the identity of children, parents, and public school officials unless it is a media story. More on our policies...
Reported Cases of Alleged Disciplinary Policy Abuse in Individual Texas Independent School Districts
X - Katy ISD

Klein ISD

La Vega ISD

Lake Travis ISD

Leander ISD

Lewisville ISD

X - Lexington ISD

Lubbock ISD

Marble Falls ISD

X - Maypearl ISD

X - Mesquite ISD

X - Navasota ISD

New Deal ISD

North East ISD

Northside ISD

Pasadena ISD

Pearland ISD

Pittsburg ISD

Plano ISD

X - Round Rock ISD

San Angelo ISD

Santa Fe ISD

X - Sequin ISD

Silsbee ISD

Sinton ISD

Soccoro ISD

Spring ISD

X - Spurger ISD

Student's Corner - Children's essays describing how the current disciplinary system in Texas has affected their lives

Tomball ISD

Waller ISD

X - White Settlement ISD

Wichita Falls ISD

Winona ISD

Woodville ISD

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Texas Zero Tolerance
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Update: With the passage of House Bill 171 in June 2009, Texas Zero Tolerance will begin listing new cases, as they come in, to measure the Bill’s effectiveness. In a nutshell, the new law mandates that school districts now take into account extenuating circumstances in deciding punishment. It also states that parents must be contacted within a 24-hour period of any punishment decisions. We are collecting both cases of where the law worked and did not work. We ask you to be patient as we update out website. If you submit a case, please understand that in most cases we will not contact you unless we feel clarification of your submission is necessary. Thanks.

School districts with X denotes incident after September 1, 2009 - when new law went into effect. New cases will be in Bold.


Please note: Not all cases will be published - web administrator's discretion.
Outside of Texas

Henry County, Georgia

Hins County, Mississippi