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07-29-2021
07-29-2021
10:00 am
12:00 pm
Course Information
Non Data System
Restorative Discipline and Special Education
As we look back over the last year of virtual learning, we recognize the most marginalized students are part of the special education community. In this workshop, educators, administrators and school staff will explore strategies that create an inclusive environment in which students receive services and support through Fair Process and equity of practices. Participants will leave with strategies, skills, and restorative dialogue techniques to de-escalate behavior while exploring the needs of each student. Our goal is to continue to support this vulnerable and marginalized population to revise policies, systems, and practices that negligently over punish students within this demographic. 

Visit RestorativeDC.org/events to explore all restorative justice programming including additional summer institutes, PD topics, skills and planning sessions, offered throughout the summer by Restorative DC in collaboration with OSSE. Participants will receive two professional learning units (PLUs) for full participation in each session.
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Jessica Dulay Jessica.Dulay@dc.gov
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  541 As we look back over the last year of virtual learning, we recognize the most marginalized students are part of the special education community. In this workshop, educators, administrators and school staff will explore strategies that create an inclusive environment in which students receive services and support through Fair Process and equity of practices. Participants will leave with strategies, skills, and restorative dialogue techniques to de-escalate behavior while exploring the needs of each student. Our goal is to continue to support this vulnerable and marginalized population to revise policies, systems, and practices that negligently over punish students within this demographic. 

Visit RestorativeDC.org/events to explore all restorative justice programming including additional summer institutes, PD topics, skills and planning sessions, offered throughout the summer by Restorative DC in collaboration with OSSE. Participants will receive two professional learning units (PLUs) for full participation in each session.
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