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Selecting High-Quality Evidence-based Strategies for Safe, Supportive and Healthy Schools Part I - Shared screen with speaker view
Chase Moore
32:39
To learn more about BSCA and view your state’s Stronger Connections grant allocation, and FAQs, go to: https://oese.ed.gov/bipartisan-safer-communities-act/
Kayla Patrick
35:58
Building a Positive School Climate Through Restorative Practices: https://learningpolicyinstitute.org/product/wce-positive-school-climate-restorative-practices-brief
Kayla Patrick
36:27
Pushed Out: trends and Disparities in Out-of-School Suspension: https://learningpolicyinstitute.org/product/crdc-school-suspension-report?utm_source=LPI+Master+List&utm_campaign=63105b78a1-LPIMC_CRDCSuspensions_2022_10_04&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_7e60dfa1d8-63105b78a1-74058473
Kayla Patrick
37:33
Lost Opportunities: How Disparate School Discipline Continues to Drive Differences in the Opportunity to Learn: https://learningpolicyinstitute.org/product/crdc-school-discipline-report
Kayla Patrick
51:55
We will be taking questions from the audience, please put any questions in the Q&A box.
Kayla Patrick
56:41
School Climate Improvement from National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments: https://safesupportivelearning.ed.gov/school-climate-improvement
Kayla Patrick
01:00:15
6 Restorative Justice Practices to Implement in your Classroom: https://pce.sandiego.edu/restorative-justice-in-the-classroom/
Kayla Patrick
01:02:17
For more on David's remarks please click and save these links: The Science of Learning and Development: Enhancing the Lives of All Young Peoplehttps://www.routledge.com/The-Science-of-Learning-and-Development-Enhancing-the-Lives-of-All-Young/Cantor-Osher/p/book/9780367481070
Kayla Patrick
01:02:33
The science behind safe equitable engaging schoolshttps://learningfirst.org/the-science-behind-safe-equitable-engaging-schools/
Kayla Patrick
01:02:46
Planning Tool for Developing a System for Thriving and Learninghttps://www.air.org/resource/guidetoolkit/SoLD-design-principles-planning-tool
Kayla Patrick
01:07:40
GLSEN recommends four key supports to ensure LGBTQ youth feel included and safe: https://www.glsen.org/activity/glsens-four-supports
Loredana Valtierra
01:10:25
Department’s Office of Elementary and Secondary Education resources on School Climate: https://oese.ed.gov/resources/safe-school-environments/school-climate/
Kayla Patrick
01:10:27
More on dress codes can be found here: https://nwlc.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/5.1web_Final_nwlc_DressCodeReport.pdf
Loredana Valtierra
01:12:08
The “school-to-prison pipeline” is, in reality, two pipelines that combine to drive students out of the classroom, away from a pathway to success, and towards or into the juvenile or criminal justice system: https://www.cfjj.org/school-to-prison-pipeline
Kayla Patrick
01:18:13
For more information on Stronger Connections, please visit this website: https://oese.ed.gov/bipartisan-safer-communities-act/
Loredana Valtierra
01:18:15
We'll take questions in the Q/A function only. Feel free to drop your questions there.
Kayla Patrick
01:19:15
Citizens for Juvenile Justice on School Policing in Massachusetts: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/58ea378e414fb5fae5ba06c7/t/5f64b57d40e1a14ef6c1c468/1600435601167/SchoolSafetyPolicyReport.pdf
Kayla Patrick
01:20:09
An Evidence-Based Road Map for School and Community Safety: https://www.air.org/resource/blog-post/evidence-based-road-map-school-and-community-safety
Loredana Valtierra
01:29:19
Cleveland Audit: Findings and Recommendations https://www.air.org/sites/default/files/AIR_ClevelandHumanWareAudit_Report-2008.pdf
Kayla Patrick
01:29:22
More on collecting and using data for safe and supportive learning environments can be found here: https://safesupportivelearning.ed.gov/scirp/about
Kayla Patrick
01:31:12
The report Leon is talking about can be found here: https://www.cfjj.org/policing-in-schools
Dr. David Osher
01:33:42
the disconnect that Nic is talking about is why it is important to use good confidential student surveys and then to involve students in help interpreting the results and in helping to identify approaches that are working for them
Loredana Valtierra
01:34:03
How to develop inclusive curriculum for all students- a resource by GLSEN: https://www.glsen.org/activity/inclusive-curriculum-guide
Loredana Valtierra
01:35:13
Nic is speaking to a trauma-informed approach. Learn more here: https://store.samhsa.gov/sites/default/files/d7/priv/sma14-4884.pdf
Kayla Patrick
01:39:30
Surveys can be found here: https://safesupportivelearning.ed.gov/edscls
Nic Oke (he/they)
01:48:13
"We don't have achievement gaps, we have a lack of educational reparations"
Dr. David Osher
01:50:46
I will be happy to provide links to tools to do this work and examples of where we can see this work.
Loredana Valtierra
01:51:03
Please register for our third webinar here: https://ed-gov.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_FAKyvjMoSDe5nHedEBcjng