Transforming School Culture Through Restorative Practices
Hello! I am thrilled that you are interested in taking part in this professional development opportunity for the 2019-2020 school year. The central goal of the Transforming School Culture Through Restorative Practices is to shift the culture of the school through the use of restorative practices. In order for this shift to occur, youth and adults must be at the table in a true partnership. Often restorative practices are implemented by adults on behalf of students. In contrast, in this graduate course students will sit side-by side as full partners with adults as they craft, implement and assess their RP action plans over the course of the year. This year long professional learning community will support middle and high schools at all phases of implementation and growth.

The following questions will help me shape the experience to meet the needs of you/your school. Thank you for taking the time to complete this short form. I look forward to meeting you soon!

Lindsey Halman

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Throughout the year, the youth-adult teams meet as a multi-school regional cohort for 5, full-day retreats. Do you have at least 2-4 adults and at least 6-8 youth who are interested (recruitment of youth can occur in September)? *
The school membership fee is $6500. This ensures that there is administrative and faculty buy-in and capacity for this work within the school. With this membership, UP provides on and off-site site coaching and consultation along with support throughout the year. I will be taking this course for: *
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