Using 'Restorative Practices,' St. Paul Teachers, Students Hold Circle Discussions to Build Relationships

Sunday, June 11, 2017
Duluth News Tribune

Guided by two grant-funded program coordinators, Farnsworth teachers regularly hold circle discussions to build relationships with and among their students. And when something does go wrong, they hold additional circle dialogues, either in small groups or as an entire class, to repair the harm.

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