Rethinking School Punishment
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Rethinking School Punishment

Assistant principal Sarah Tompkins, left, listens as seventh grader Jayden Witter, right, discusses a recent conflict with another student solved through restorative justice, which included teachers and students gathering in circles for discussions, at Ed White Middle School, Friday, Oct. 16, 2015, in San Antonio. Philip Carney said that three years after starting a restorative discipline program as principal of Ed White Middle School in San Antonio, out-of-school suspensions have dropped by 72 percent. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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October 16, 2015 05:56:22 AM
October 18, 2015 07:14:36 PM
Eric Gay
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
5196 x 3129 1.82 MB
Jayden Witter, Sarah Tompkins
Primary and secondary education, School discipline, Education, Social affairs, Education issues, Social issues, Education issues
San Antonio, TEXAS, United States
TXEG105
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