This year's Courageous Schools Conference is coming up!
In this activity students propose actions for addressing social injustices and look at ways that other young people have responded to injustice.
Here's a fun way to get students working and strategizing together. It's adapted from Adventures in Peacemaking, by William J. Kreidler.
Materials: 12 paper plates, carpet sections or place mats
On January 8, the US Departments of Education and Justice issued new guidelines aimed at reversing punitive discipline policies like "zero tolerance."
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