This Web page provides resources and materials from a teleconference presenting restorative justice models as an alternative and more effective way of approaching disciplinary issues. Resources...

Descriptions of 13 Evidence-Based Programs and Practices related to Positive School Discipiine. To be used with the Comparing Evidence-Based Programs and Practices worksheet. File:  EBP_FactSheets....

Examples of completed Action Plans for the five strategy prongs and data collection, as described in Module 5 of the online Positive School Discipline course. File:  ActionPlanExemplars.pdf Age...

Scenarios of an elementary, middle, and high school student that describe underlying issues that can contribute to school discipline issues. File:  ScenariosofThreeStudents.pdf Age Group: ...

Using suspension data from the Elementary and Secondary Education Civil Rights Compliance Survey, this report examines how frequently suspension is being used in our schools and differences in the...

A newspaper story about suspensions for the hypothetical Castle Hill Independent School District that is used as an example for applying the Positive School Discipline Framework in the PSD online...

A description of how addressing school suspension issues could benefit a variety of potential partners. Can be used in making the case to partners. File:  BenefitsforPotentialPartners.pdf Age Group...

This policy brief reviews what researchers have learned about racial disparities in school discipline and how these disparities continue along the lines of gender and disability status. In addition...

Restorative justice is a process for repairing harm that has been done. This brief overviews three methods of restorative justice including victim-offender mediation, family group conferencing, and...

A description of the principles of change that influence implementation of new intitiaves such as positive school discipline. File:  TheProcessofChange.pdf Age Group:  Elementary Secondary Content...

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