Thursday, January 19, 2012

BCP Featured on Restorative Practices Blog

An article about BCP and Restorative Practices was featured on the Restorative Practices Blog:
In the fall of 2005 Baltimore Curriculum Project (BCP) President Muriel Berkeley attended a workshop at the Maryland Charter School Network Conference that sparked a wholesale transformation of school culture at BCP’s four neighborhood charter schools: City Springs School, Collington Square School of the Arts, Hampstead Hill Academy, and Wolfe Street Academy.

The workshop, led by Tonya Featherston, explored Restorative Practices (RP), a school-culture building approach that promotes positive relationships over punishment.

“RP was just what we were looking for to improve our school climates,” said Dr. Berkeley.

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