One student approached a friend about their divergent views on President Trump.
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Shane Safir, Jen Adkins, Timothy Hilton, Crystal T. Laura, and Mark Katz share their commentaries on applying restorative practices in schools.
When kids get into trouble at school, traditional forms of discipline often lead to more trouble. Is there a more productive way to change behavior?
What happens when instead of suspensions, kids talk out their mistakes?
Define students by what they contribute, not what they lack -- especially those with difficult upbringings, says educator Victor Rios.
As a global community, we all want to end poverty. Mia Birdsong suggests a great place to start: Let's honor the skills, drive and initiative that poor people bring to the struggle every day...
The news of society's growing inequality makes all of us uneasy. But why? Dan Ariely reveals some new, surprising research on what we think is fair, as far as how wealth is distributed over societies...
Instead of looking for ways to make punishments stricter, restorative justice seeks to build relationships and repair harm.