Positive School Discipline Strategies

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As you plan your approach, five strategies are key to addressing student needs so you can achieve a Positive School Discipline climate: 

Our online course explores the role of each strategy in shifting a school climate from punitive to positive.



  • Photo of smiling Wabash students

    I now understand a new dynamic to my classroom management skills.

    Michael Aubrey, Special Education Teacher
    Wabash Community Unit School District #348, Illinois
  • Garfield High School trades suspensions for referrals to services and increases graduation rates.

    Los Angeles Unified School District , California
  • Logo of the Alhambra Unified School District

    Parent Advisory Board becomes the Gateway to Success for Alhambra’s Students.

    Alhambra Unified School District, California
  • Photo of a smiling Albemarle student

    Restorative Practices keep students in school, learning, rather than removing them for suspension or expulsion . . .

    Albemarle County Public Schools, Virginia
  • Photo of happy high school students

    In a rural, high-poverty area, having mental health counselors in the school buildings makes a huge difference in . . . access to services.

    Safe Schools/Healthy Students project director
    St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES, New York