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11-04-2020
11-04-2020
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12:00 pm
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Restorative Justice Applications and Alignment within a Multi-Tiered System of Support
According to the U.S. Department of Education, a positive school culture fosters safety; promotes a positive academic, disciplinary, and physical environment; and encourages trusting and caring relationships between adults and students. As schools and communities work toward a common vision of improving school climate, how can schools organize high-quality systems and practices to create consistent outcomes? Join us to examine how restorative justice fits into the Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) framework. Participants will learn how to align practices to the three-tiered framework, use teams to increase efficiency and make data-based decisions, and integrate restorative and MTSS practices to provide support for ALL students.

All professional development sessions use a trauma-informed approach and teach skills and practices that you can implement immediately. We highly encourage participants to join our weekly coaching sessions for a deeper dive into the challenges of implementation and practice. All Fall 2021 sessions will be held virtually on Zoom.

Participants will receive 2 PLUs for full participation. For questions, please contact Jessica Dulay at Jessica.Dulay@dc.gov

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  340 According to the U.S. Department of Education, a positive school culture fosters safety; promotes a positive academic, disciplinary, and physical environment; and encourages trusting and caring relationships between adults and students. As schools and communities work toward a common vision of improving school climate, how can schools organize high-quality systems and practices to create consistent outcomes? Join us to examine how restorative justice fits into the Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) framework. Participants will learn how to align practices to the three-tiered framework, use teams to increase efficiency and make data-based decisions, and integrate restorative and MTSS practices to provide support for ALL students.

All professional development sessions use a trauma-informed approach and teach skills and practices that you can implement immediately. We highly encourage participants to join our weekly coaching sessions for a deeper dive into the challenges of implementation and practice. All Fall 2021 sessions will be held virtually on Zoom.

Participants will receive 2 PLUs for full participation. For questions, please contact Jessica Dulay at Jessica.Dulay@dc.gov

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