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Strategies

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Discipline in schools, when appropriately used, can help to create structure and establish rules for a well-functioning classroom and school. All students should feel safe, and have a positive environment in which to learn. The underlying empirical data s ...

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OrganizationCLASP

Disciplining students, particularly those with chronic or serious behavior problems, is a longstanding challenge for educators. They must balance the needs of the school community and those of the individual student. At the heart of this challenge is the ...

AASA, The School Superintendents Association, and the Children’s Defense Fund (CDF) believe that all schools should be warm, welcoming and productive places for children to learn and for teachers to teach. We believe that exclusionary discipline – suspend ...

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OrganizationThe School Superintendent Association (AASA), The Child...
Journal or PublicationSchool District Codes of Conduct: Guide for District Le...

Excerpt from website There are many ways to provide effective services to youth while working to reduce Disproportionate Contact (DMC). In this OJJDP-sponsored Webinar, presenters highlight restorative justice practices implemented at various points ...

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OrganizationOJJDP National Training and Technical Assistance Center...

 National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ)

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