Check out How to Practice Restorative Justice in Schools at my Education Week Teacher column.
We’ve begun implementing some restorative practices at our school, and I’ll be posting about the topic on a future Education Week Teacher column.
Here are a few resources that seem helpful, and I hope that readers will share more in the comments section:
Opening Up, Students Transform a Vicious Circle is from The New York Times.
Restorative Justice: Resources for Schools is from Edutopia.
Restorative Practices: Fostering Healthy Relationships & Promoting Positive Discipline in Schools is from Opportunity to Learn.
What Eva Moskowitz gets wrong about restorative discipline is from Chalkbeat.
Minding the Discipline Gap in Education is from the Pacific Standard.
Zeroing out Zero Tolerance is from The Atlantic.
— David Bornstein (@dnbornstein) May 18, 2015
— Pacific Standard (@PacificStand) May 15, 2015
— Beth Fertig (@bethfertig) April 27, 2015
Reasons to try out RJ a few schools at a time.//In Classroom Discipline, a Soft Approach Is Harder Than It Looks https://t.co/sTAzzToBps
— Paul Bruno (@MrPABruno) April 15, 2015
— Rethinking Schools (@RethinkSchools) June 21, 2015
— Sanee Bell, Ed.D. (@SaneeBell) June 23, 2015
When Restorative Justice in Schools Works is from The Atlantic.
Why some LAUSD teachers are balking at a new approach to discipline problems is from The LA Times.
In L.A. Unified, restorative justice has been slow to take hold is also from The LA Times.
Is Discipline Reform Really Helping Decrease School Violence? is from The Atlantic.
One Key to Reducing School Suspension: A Little Respect is from Ed Week.
One way Denver Public Schools is addressing race and culture in the classroom is from Colorado Chalkbeat.
When suspensions weren’t working, this high school opted for a new approach is from The Washington Post.
Rethinking School Discipline is from The American Prospect.
Why Restorative Practices Benefit All Students is from Edutopia.
A Brooklyn Charter School Looks Past ‘No Excuses’ is an article in The New York Times that described a move towards restorative practices. Here’s how it ends:
Implementing Restorative Practices In The Classroom is from Getting Smart.