Schools' New 'Restorative' Discipline Aims to Keep Kids in the Classroom

Sunday, September 25, 2016
Baltimore Sun

In the past two decades, Anne Arundel County schools have moved away from a zero-tolerance policy that's quick to punish students and dismiss extenuating circumstances. School officials plan to implement a disciplinary approach that focuses on repairing harm between offenders and the community. This fall, the school system created a new position, a school climate specialist, to start training administrators in restorative practices.

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