Restorative Justice

Read: Safe and Sound Schools to Host Virtual National Summit on School Safety

Safe and Sound Schools to Host Virtual National Summit on School Safety

The 3-day virtual event will bring together renowned school safety experts, thought leaders and school-based crisis survivors.

Read: Former Houston High School Principal Makes Her Case for SROs on Campus

Former Houston High School Principal Makes Her Case for SROs on Campus

The author describes how her school’s use of SROs changed the culture of her campus. The approach was so successful that it was featured in the national and international media.

Read: Penn Hills Middle School to Replace Officers with Youth Specialists

Penn Hills Middle School to Replace Officers with Youth Specialists

The decision to remove security officers from Linton Middle School is part of the district’s plan to increase restorative justice initiatives.

Read: Stoneman Douglas Commission: Restorative Justice, Diversion Program Had No Impact on Shooting

Stoneman Douglas Commission: Restorative Justice, Diversion Program Had No Impact on Shooting

However, the Stoneman Douglas Commission found the PROMISE program to be flawed.

Read: Texas Schools Credit Restorative Justice Programs for Suspension Drops

Texas Schools Credit Restorative Justice Programs for Suspension Drops

One Houston middle school that has seen a 50 percent drop in out-of-school suspensions has two 35-minute sessions each week for teachers and students to discuss their feelings.

Read: Brown University Implements Restorative Justice Program

Brown University Implements Restorative Justice Program

Restorative justice methods can only be used if both parties involved have consented and the offender has admitted their guilt.

Read: NYC School Safety Agents: Students Are Scared

NYC School Safety Agents: Students Are Scared

Union leader again claims New York Mayor covering up school crime.

Read: The Jury Is Still Out on the Effectiveness of Restorative Justice

The Jury Is Still Out on the Effectiveness of Restorative Justice

One study has found that New York City’s recent student discipline reforms have negatively affected campus climate.

Read: What Should Schools Do When Students Engage in Sexting?

What Should Schools Do When Students Engage in Sexting?

In the K-12 setting it is usually not appropriate to suspend, expel or arrest the student… or do nothing.

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