In Cleveland's academically troubled school district, classes soon will function within significantly beefed-up building security, the city's schools chief said June 6.

"I would hope it sounds like this is tough," said Barbara Byrd-Bennett, chief executive officer of the Cleveland Municipal School District. "We've got to make certain that our environment is such that children who are there who want to learn can learn, and those children who are disruptive will be removed immediately."


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