"Coaching teachers on classroom management and culturally responsive strategies can result in fewer racial disparities in discipline, according to a study appearing in a special issue of School Psychology Review." Source:
Linda Jacobson, Education DIVE, June 25, 2018Description:
"Led by Catherine Bradshaw of the University of Virginia (UVA), the random controlled trial, involving 158 elementary and middle school teachers in a Maryland school district, compared those who received the coaching to those who did not. The coached teachers were less likely to refer black students to the office for discipline reasons and were observed to have classrooms with more student cooperation."Read the full article here!