Monthly Archives: May 2014

Is it Scary

Special thanks to https://twitter.com/Youth_Justice Urban Youth Justice (Youth_Justice) on Twitter and https://twitter.com/YouthJusticeNY Youth Justice Board (YouthJusticeNY) on Twitter and to Coming Soon “From Education to Incarceration: Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline” | Dr. Anthony J. Nocella II   “Joe, are you willing to come and speak … Continue reading

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12 Weeks a Save

Thanks to Programs at http://www.ojjdp.gov/Programs/ProgSummary.asp?pi=18 and About Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC) | STTAC http://www.juvenilejustice-tta.org/resources/dmc/about-dmc 12 Weeks a Save In the Restorative Justice program that I worked in Philadelphia, the African American majority of people I taught were mostly male. Young and old, polite and not … Continue reading

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Super Mom

Thank you to author, Kevin Golembiewski, A Missing Piece in the Fight Against Bullying, http://www.bridge50.com/9/post/2013/11/a-missing-piece-in-the-fight-against-bullying.html Super Mom I can’t remember waking up, but can remember thinking, “Oh, no, not another walk to the bus stop.” As a kid, we lived … Continue reading

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Acting Out – The Performer

Middle School Students finish their science class, and we begin to move the desks to the perimeter of the classroom; and with their chairs, they form a circle. While sitting in the circle, it is essential that everyone can effortlessly … Continue reading

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