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School Climate

Equity and Racial Justice Resources

Black Students' Lives Matter - Building the School-to-Justice Pipeline, from Rethinking Schools

Curriculum for White Americans to Educate Themselves on Race and Racism, from Jon Greenberg, public high school teacher.

Inoculating Our Children Against Racism, from Hand in Hand Parenting

The Ferguson Syllabus, resources to use when teaching about race and social justice in the US

Understanding Race, from Teaching Tolerance

Guidelines for Strong White Allies, by Paul Kivel

12 Things White People Can Do Right Now to fight racism, a response to the events in Ferguson, MO

White Privilege Conference

Building Racial Equity - A website with curricula, lessons, video clips, web links and other materials to help teach about racial equity.

Tips for Framing Anti-Racist Organizing from the American Friends Service Committee

Myths and Stereotypes about Native Americans

Book Review of The Model Minority Stereotype: Demystifying Asian American Success by Nicholas Daniel Hartlep

California Healthy Kids Survey

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Connectedness, Safety and Bullying Trends 2003-2015

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Restorative Practices

Restorative Justice, Restorative Discipline and Restorative Practice refer to a community-building, relationship-based culture and way of handling conflict that:

  • sees harm as an offense against people and relationships,
  • seeks to learn who has been harmed and how
  • asks how victim needs and offender responsibility can repair harm

School districts across the country, including DJUSD, are implementing restorative principles because they foster community in a way that increases equity, improves school climate for both students and staff, and increases academic outcomes.

 

Learn more here:

Defining Restorative, the essential concepts of restorative practice

International Institute for Restorative Practice

Discipline That Restores from Fresno Pacific University

Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice

Parent-to-Parent Guides to Restorative Justice (Spanish & English) from the Chicago Public Schools

Restorative Discipline in Oakland Public Schools

Fix School Discipline

Dignity in Schools

 

 

 

Reviews of Anti-Bullying / Prosocial Behavior Resources

The following includes short reviews of a growing list of resources for addressing the issues of bullying and building positive social and emotional skills in students and adults.

Olweus Bullying ...more