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Online toolkit for school superintendents and principals, teachers, parents, students, community leaders and organizations interested in learning about how to eliminate harsh, push-out discipline practices and put in place solutions that work for all students.
A basic description of ‘positive school climate’, including a link to California’s Safe and Supportive Schools initiative
Four dimensions for assessment RE: school climate / with 12 corresponding indicators
Webpage with school climate improvement process description – 5 stages. Includes 5 goals of school climate improvement process and link to guiding principles for each stage.
Webportal on school climate including: description of importance, definition and four key dimensions for assessment
A review of the research on school climate – focusing on five essential dimensions of school climate: Safety, Relationships, Teaching and Learning, Institutional Environment, and the School Improvement Process. Concludes with a critique of the field and a series of recommendations for school climate researchers and policymakers.
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