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Restorative justice — practices from a school safety perspective
10:30 AM | Monday, Nov 14 | Room: A 114-115
In recent years, restorative justice practices have been employed in schools as an alternative and effective way to correct students’ inappropriate behavior. These practices promote a positive outcome change in educators, community leaders and students. Learn how problems and obstacles can be opportunities for student development and academic improvement in the classroom and how all students can achieve a positive outcome in any situation.
Topics: Safety and security, Student issues
Moderator: , ,
Ed Anderson BA, MPA, MBA, MCJ, Northern Ohio liaison, Ohio School Safety Center, Ohio Homeland Security
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