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How Using Restorative Practices Can Prevent Exclusionary Discipline Issues

New article on reducing exclusionary discipline by restoring positive relationships between students, teachers and school leaders. Restorative practices require taking an asset-based approach to educating all students, particularly minority students, boys, and students with disabilities who are significantly overrepresented in discipline rates. This requires building empathy between students and teachers through genuine relationships and reviewing and potentially changing discipline policies. Restorative practices build schools that value all students. See Article