In schools across the country, kids as young as three and four are now facing charges of sexual harassment that will stay with them permanently on their school records.
These so-called "zero-tolerance" polices, designed to protect students from weapons and drugs or sexual violence, are often being taken quite literally.
Randy Castro, 7, who likes recess and soccer, now has an alarming red flag in his school records. It started on the playground with a first grade classmate.
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