PATERSON, NJ - Administrators at Eastside High are having second thoughts about a policy that sent tardy students to a trailer instead of allowing them into class, according to a story on northjersey.com.

On the one hand, officials quoted in the story said the new policy had improved the school climate and minimized classroom disruptions.

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But on the other, the practice had "caused an alarming failure rate" as some students were not making up work they missed while banished to the trailer, the story said.