Restorative Schools Initiative
The Restorative Schools Initiative trains and supports districts, schools, teachers, and educational personnel in restorative practices.
Restorative practices are the applications of restorative justice values in the educational context. These apply to disciplinary responses to behaviors as well as developing a restorative culture throughout the school.Join or Request a Training
In addition to open trainings for application of Restorative Justice approaches at Tier I, II, and III levels, we also offer tailor-made trainings responsive to your needs and context, such as:
- Restorative Justice 101
- Whole School Restorative Justice: Implementation Models and Guides
- Circle Training
- Harm-Response Facilitation Training
… and more
This map shows the school that the trainee/educator was associated with at the time of receiving KIPCOR Restorative Schools training.
A program of the Restorative Schools Initiative, the network supports collaboration, mutual learning communities, and resourcing for continued education and training for educational personnel implementing restorative approaches in their schools in Kansas.
Membership is open to those who have completed a Restorative Schools Initiative training. Membership includes access to shared internal resources across districts, membership directory, access to free or reduced-fee continuing education opportunities, participation in regional learning communities, and more.
The inaugural annual membership begins January 1, 2018 and lasts for one calendar year.
If you have not completed a training through the Restorative Schools Initiative, you can still stay in touch with the network through our email list.
Restorative Schools Resources
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