Discipline Resources

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Texas Education Agency resources related to Discipline: 




Center for Parent Information and Resources - Key Issues in Discipline (Training Module 19)


Center for Restorative Approaches –CRA promotes restorative practices that focus on methods that help people to cooperate, to take personal responsibility for their actions, and to resolve conflict.  CRA offers a wide range of restorative services from prevention to intervention, including Restorative Circles, training and consulting, and school partnerships. 


Disability Rights Texas - The Interactive Discipline Guide was developed by Disability Rights Texas to help parents and school districts correctly apply the requirements of federal law when disciplining a student with a disability by taking the user step-by-step through the disciplinary process.


Engaging Schools - This nonprofit organization provides Schoolwide Discipline and Student Support services for educators in middle and high schools.


Oakland Mediation Center – Programs include Peers Making Peace (PMP), a school-based peer mediation program, and Restorative Practices, a comprehensive prevention and intervention initiative that utilizes restorative practices processes.


Office of Special Education Programs - Discipline Regulations


Pacer Center - Working with Families of Students with Disabilities Facing Juvenile Court


Peace Education Foundation – The Peace Education Foundation is a leader in the field of conflict resolution curricula and training focused on teaching children the skills they need to settle conflicts before they escalate into violence.


Southern Disability Law Center Keeping Students with Disabilities in School


Texas Appleseed - When My Child Is Disciplined at School


Texas Appleseed - Navigating the Juvenile Justice System: A Handbook for Juveniles and Their Famlies


U.S. Dept. of Education - School Climate and Discipline, includes Guidance to Schools on Ensuring Equity and Providing Behavioral Supports to Students with Disabilities


Wrightslaw - When Schools Have Children Arrested for School-Related Behavior Problems by Pete Wright, Esq.



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