This report from the Restorative Schools Vision Project collects research and experiences from nearly 200 Restorative Justice practitioners across California to identify core concepts and supportive practices for the school environment. The report addresses implementation strategies along with enabling factors and barriers. It highlights the importance of establishing trusting relationships, hearing youth voices and integrating a values based pedagogy into the curriculum. Stakeholders throughout the state emphasized the importance of social justice in addressing the crisis of disproportionate school discipline.
The Dignity in Schools Campaign (DSC) Model Code Comparison Tool presents communities with recommended language for alternatives to school pushout and zero-tolerance discipline practices. It highlights questions you can answer ... MORE
This website and video provides an overview of the Student Rights App created by the Boston Student Advisory Council (BSAC) for the students of Boston Public Schools. This app is ... MORE
This resource compiled by the Advancement Prodject provides sample guidelines and policies for agreements or “Memorandum of Understanding” between police departments and school districts, to ensure that they have a ... MORE