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What Restorative Justice Is -- and Isn't
Posted on: Nov 28, 2014, Source: Rethinking Schools
Restorative justice doesn’t work as an add-on in schools; meaningful alternatives to zero-tolerance approaches require both time and trust.
The Gathering Resistance to Standardized Tests
Posted on: May 7, 2014, Source: Rethinking Schools
Standardized tests are built to maintain inequality, not serve as an antidote to educational disparities. Now, there's a coordinated effort to fight them.
What Will It Take to Make Schools Safe for the LGBTQ Community?
Posted on: Apr 25, 2014, Source: Rethinking Schools
How can we create schools where every child, parent, and staff member feels nurtured, free from discrimination based on gender and sexuality?
The Trouble with the Common Core
Posted on: Oct 2, 2013, Source: Rethinking Schools
Despite arguments to the contrary, the Common Core is no more than another stage in the demise of public education.
The New Misogyny: What It Means for Teachers and Classrooms
Posted on: Jul 23, 2012, Source: Rethinking Schools
The vilification of K-12 teachers is part and parcel of the growing misogyny we are witnessing in today's United States.
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