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: ...

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...

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...

Based on a body of research indicating that dropout is a gradual process and that students exhibit tell-tale signs along the way, schools are able to effectively target at risk students and offer...

A list of essential questions about the kinds of data to collect and analyze about discipline issues. File:  DataBasedDecisionMaking.pdf Age Group:  Elementary Secondary Content Related:  Promotion...

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