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An Alternative to In-School Suspension

In lieu of a more punitive approach, students use restorative practices to resolve conflicts and reflect on their behaviors. Conflict resolution is a key aspect of Pearl-Cohn Entertainment Magnet High School’s approach to infractions that previously might have merited in-school suspension. In the school’s restorative circles, counselors guide students to recognize the impact of their behavior on their peers and the school as a whole.

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Bringing the Lessons of the Holocaust to teachers in Rwanda

When Drew Beiter and Mark Gudgel met at a teacher training program at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, they shared a love for Rwanda and a desire to help its teachers provide quality Holocaust and genocide education. Supported by a seed grant from the Museum and other partners, they realized their vision with the first annual Educators Institute on Human Rights, Rwanda, held July 31 to August 2, 2011 in Kigali. They hoped to hold another conference in Rwanda in the next year and expand their efforts to other countries. They have been successful. Learn more about the Educators Institute on Human Rights: http://www.eihr.org/.

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Restoring Schools

The Teacher’s Democracy Project of Baltimore Maryland has produced a 14-minute video about how schools implement Restorative Practices district-wide. Listen to the voices of experience from teachers who have worked on bringing RJ to their learning environments.

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Schools resolve conflicts by getting kids to talk things out (PBS NewsHour)

Schools across the country are moving away from an era of zero-tolerance policies and shifting toward methods that involve restorative justice, encouraging students to resolve their differences by talking to each other rather than resorting to violence. In New York City, five schools that have implemented this system are already seeing results. NewsHour Weekend’s Megan Thompson reports.

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Conflict Prevention the GPPAC Way

This animation explains the work of the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict. It explains what conflict prevention is, the impact it has and what GPPAC is doing to prevent armed conflict in different regions of the world.

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Justice Committee: Using Restorative Practices to Resolve Conflicts

This Edutopia featured video focuses on students at Pittsfield Middle High School who are trained to mediate conflicts between their fellow students—and between students and teachers.

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