Teachers Unite Summer Workshop Series!

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Join Teachers Unite members in sharing skills and strategies for growing Restorative and Transformative Justice and building inclusive, democratic NYC schools in collaboration with youth and parents.

Thursdays, 3-5pm
City-As School High School
16 Clarkson Street in Manhattan

RSVP to any and all you can attend.
All are welcome!

7/14: Restorative Justice in Middle School

7/21: Power, Privilege, and Circle-Keeping

7/28: Talking Through Dilemmas in RJ

8/4: Special Ed & School Pushout

8/11: NEW DATE: Restorative Justice in Elementary Ed

8/18: NEW DATE: Trauma and its impact on students and educators

8/25: Best Practices in Mediation

9/1: Organizing for School Integration

Amendments passed on Student Safety Act!

The New York City Council passed a set of sweeping reforms to the Student Safety Act that will result in increased data reporting on school discipline practices and their impact on our city’s children. The amendments will require, for the first time, reporting by both the NYPD and the Department of Education on the use of metal detectors, handcuffs and restraints in city schools.

Teachers Unite has been a member of the Student Safety Coalition since its beginning. Teachers Unite's Executive Director, Sally Lee, made a statement at a September 29 press conference celebrating the amendment.

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