"California school districts are increasingly asking teachers to learn about and use alternative techniques for discipline as they attempt to both improve classroom management skills and reduce high levels of suspensions, pressured by parent and youth advocate groups and the state."Source:
James Paterson, Education DIVE, May 18, 2018Description:
"The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing recently revised its performance expectations, and the state guidance for administrators has been changed to include requirements for more positive behavior interventions.
At the same time, officials say teachers are not provided enough initial training in effective classroom management techniques and restorative justice and trauma-informed approaches."Read the full article here!