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State law now requires educators to consider the use of Restorative Practices in disciplinary decision-making. This conference seeks to help schools and administrators to move beyond the compliance mind-set into application of improved systems of supports for students. Schools around the state was experiencing positive culture shifts resulting in improved adult-student trust, communication and relationships.
The use of Restorative Practices continues to gain traction, the demand for information and training about these concepts and processes is growing exponentially. The Michigan Restorative Practices Symposium is designed to meet that demand.
Symposium participants will learn about:
- Restorative concepts and practices
- The components of a successful program
- Resources for taking the next steps in their school or district
- Successful implementation and the positive impact of building culture
Who should attend?
School Administrators, Restorative Practices Facilitators, Police Liaison Officers, Counselors, Social Workers and Classroom Teachers that are engaged in implementing and using Restorative Practices and those who want to learn more about the process.
Thank you to our symposium partners!
Come back soon to learn more about the conference agenda, breakout sessions, and more!
MASSP Cancellation Policy
Cancellations made seven (7) calendar days or more in advance of the training date, will receive a 100% refund. Cancellations made after this date, including no-shows, are nonrefundable. Registration fees may be transferred to another individual by contacting the MASSP office at (517) 327-5315.
In the event that MASSP must cancel a training due to unforeseen circumstances, including inclement weather, participants will be refunded the cost of registration or may credit the fee toward an upcoming training. MASSP does not assume responsibility for any additional costs, charges or expenses; to include, charges made for travel and lodging.
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