The School Discipline Consensus Report presents a comprehensive set of consensus-based and field-driven recommendations to improve conditions for learning for all students and educators, better support students with behavioral needs, improve police-schools partnerships, and keep students out of the juvenile justice system for minor offenses. More than 100 advisors representing policymakers, school administrators, teachers, behavioral health professionals, police, court leaders, probation officials, juvenile correctional leaders, parents, and youth from across the country helped develop more than two dozen policies and 60 recommendations to keep more students in productive classrooms and out of court rooms.National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, The Road Less Traveled: How the Developmental Sciences ... aMarzano School Leadership Evaluation Model: Learning Map, a marzanocenter ... Teacher Evaluation in Chicago: Lessons Learned from Classroom Observations, Principal-Teacher Conferences, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The School Discipline Consensus Report|
|Author||:||CSG Justice Center|
|Publisher||:||CSG Justice Center -|