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Implementation Guide Ready for Schools

K thru 12

The NACRJ Board of Directors has approved guidelines for managing and implementing Restorative Practices in K-12 Education. This document offers essential elements of RPE and a basic implementation framework (e.g.Implementation Science and Multi-Tiered Systems of Support) for helping schools organize and develop their schoolwide plan. When developing an implementation plan, we encourage you to work with a diverse team of school community members, including students, and create opportunities to hear from the school-community at-large, thereby remaining true to the principles of RPE (relationships, healing harms, shared voice and power, equity, trauma-sensitivity), while valuing your school’s unique context and culture. A complete copy of the implementation guideline document is now posted on our website under the Policy section.

National Conferences

The upcoming 7th NACRJ Conference in Denver (June 14-16, 2019) now has a special Cvent website with all primary information and online registration. This includes keynote speakers and performers that are confirmed. Information is also on our own Conference 2019 webpage.

Meanwhile, our 6th NACRJ Conference held in Oakland, CA (2017) still has recordings of keynotes, interviews, and photos that you can see and hear on our website.

In 2021, the 8th NACRJ Conference will be held in Chicago, IL. We look forward to being in Chi-Town.

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