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Brandon Cardet-Hernandez Jun 20
Want to change the world? Give schools the tools to teach the whole-child. That’s what and does! Part of transforming racial equity in our school’s lives in these practices— 🙌🏽🙌🏽
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The Forgiveness Proj Jun 24
"Apologies matter - even when they don't result in forgiveness."
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RPA Jun 20
"...he first became familiar with restorative justice in the 1990s through the New Zealand legal system" Educators in Olean, New York, implement restorative justice as an educational tool.
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TIJ Thailand Jun 21
The field of has considerably evolved and developed. Now, and are putting efforts on integrating RJ in this new era, with more focus on , , and . Learn more, click here.
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Ben Wild Jun 20
I am proud to stand behind , and as they announce and curriculum for ALL NYC SCHOOLS. YES, ALL 1,800 NYC SCHOOLS!
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Make the Road NY 🦋 Jun 20
Rikyah says: “For my senior year I was fortunate enough to transfer to a school in Manhattan where I was introduced to School is more than a place for intellectual learning; it is a place for social development.”
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Laura.M.Brady 2h
Learning LOTS about restorative justice in schools! Grateful for this opportunity and the chance to bring back many tools to help our students become amazing human beings
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Kristin Reimer Jun 18
For those interested in the breadth and depth of . These podcast conversations are beautiful - luxuriously slow, digging into issues in respectful, often surprising, ways. Dialogues on every topic imaginable. They accompany me on many walks. Highly recommended!
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California Teachers Association 5h
It's a program instead of a punitive one. The goal is to turn it around after mistakes so students can be a strong member of their school & community — without becoming repeat offenders.
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Brad 22h
Hurt people hurt people. is about interrupting the cycle.
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Dwayne Daughtry Jun 23
Colleges in the USA all have some form of Student Conduct offices. However, none that I am aware of practice any types of ? Why?
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Why me? 12h
Victims of crime are often left silenced and without the answers which they need to move on. Why was I targeted? Why did they do that? What if they do it again? allows victims to seek answers to these questions.
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Hannah Klein 5h
If this kitty could vote she would be on her way to the polls for because she believes we need a District attorney committed to not
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NCRC Jun 24
On February 28, 2019, San Diego's most influential leaders came together to learn how the is partnering with schools and law enforcement to transform the juvenile justice system and "avoid the pipeline to prison."
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🇨🇦 Lisa Whittingham 🇪🇺 Jun 24
I’m hope this becomes one of many programs! Four officers, no weapons, no charges: A Yukon First Nation’s solution for keeping the peace /via
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ORJN 11h
City to expand Social-Emotional Learning and Restorative Justice across all DOE schools
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Kay Brown-Sampayo 7h
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Charles Thompson 3h
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AlexaFleckenstein MD Jun 23
Even better would be ... ...
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Dwayne Daughtry Jun 22
I encourage all my advocates to call the NC House before 6/26/2019 to vote NO on S-199. Otherwise, it sets justice reforms back another 100 years without any due process means. (919) 733-4111 (Main)
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