Free Webinar April 26th: Using Data to Make Positive Discipline Changes!

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California educators, community organizations and students are rolling up their sleeves to make common-sense school discipline changes. Many are already reporting amazing results: more students in class and learning, fewer behavioral problems on campus, fewer suspensions and expulsions, and improved school climates.

Do you want to learn lessons from successful educators and find out how to use data to make positive discipline changes at your school?

Join Superintendent Ramona Bishop of Vallejo, Principal Billy Aydlett of Leataata Floyd Elementary, and Sarah Omojola of Public Counsel on April 26, at 1:00 – 2:30PM for the second free webinar of the Let’s Fix School Discipline Webinar series.

In Use The Numbers: Data as a Tool for Change, we will delve deeper into Public Counsel’s How We Can Fix School Discipline Toolkit and discuss how educators are using data about students, teachers, climate, and behavioral patterns to inform their approaches to fixing school discipline. Both Superintendent Bishop and Principal Aydlett have valuable insights about the importance of data in addressing student behavior and improving school climate.

Register Now!  Join us for the FREE Use the Numbers: Data as a Tool for Change Webinar! 

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Our Webinar Series:

Use The Numbers: Data as a Tool for Change is the 2nd in a series of FREE WEBINARS for educators, students, parents and community organizations looking to make positive school discipline changes using the Fix School Discipline Toolkit.

Upcoming webinars include:

Action! Creating Plans and Monitoring Mechanisms
Debunk! Demystifying Restorative Approaches
Finding Funding: Sources and Strategies

“The How We Can Fix School Discipline Toolkit contains step-by-step tools and real-life stories about implementing the alternatives to suspension and expulsion that are proven to keep students in school and learning, improve school climate and student behavior, allow teachers to teach more effectively, help administrators meet benchmarks, raise API and ADA funding, and keep communities from seeing many of their children ending up in the juvenile justice system.” — Sarah Omojola of Public Counsel

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THE DETAILS:

WHAT: Free webinar about using data to make positive school discipline changes

WHEN: Friday, April 26, 1:00 – 2:30 PM (Pacific Time)

WHO: Educators, parents, students and community organizations are all invited. 

*Room is limited, so reserve your seat today for the second free Let’s Fix School Discipline webinar. Click here to sign up now!

*After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the training.

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