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Bringing Restorative Justice into Your Classroom

Restorative justice has the potential to transform school cultures across the intersections of race, class, gender, ability, and sexuality to better serve all our communities.


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Children stand in a circle in a classroom.
Penn GSE doctoral students Janay Garrett, Daris McInnis, Christopher R. Rogers, Laronnda Thompson, and Latricia Whitfield pose for a portrait.
This month, five Penn GSE doctoral students tell us the Black history they wish someone had taught them in school.
For Parents
A student and a school counselor use dolls during a counseling session.
Parents and kids avoid the counselor’s office because they are afraid they, or their child, won’t be seen as “normal.” It's time to break the taboo.
For Parents
A U.S. Census worker approaches a house.
Focusing on actions & 3 more ideas for making political issues teachable moments.
A selection of books from the 2019 Best Books list arranged in a suitcase
Ebony Elizabeth Thomas, expert in children’s literature, releases her 5th annual list filled with stories of perseverance, love, loss, and self-discovery that children and young adults can relate to, escape into, and cherish.
For Parents