Thabiti Brown is the head of school at Codman Academy, a public charter school in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood. Among the school’s 10 core values, a central theme is the importance of mutual trust and respect — between teachers and students, between peers, and between young students and the older students who act as mentors.
Here, Brown describes how his educators and staff members practice the ways in which they will model respectful dialogue, intervene to stop bullying, manage moments of conflict, and build trust with students.
We Want to Hear from You
Our country is polarized: How is that showing up in your school? What are you doing to protect students, confront discrimination, prevent bullying, and foster inclusion? Usable Knowledge would like to hear from you. Join us on Facebook and Twitter, using #OneAllHGSE. Send your advice and resources to [email protected], and we’ll share as much as we can. Read more at One and All.
Source: Harvard Graduate School
more recommended stories
- Industrial â€œedge citiesâ€� have helped China grow
http://news.mit.edu/sites/mit.edu.newsoffice/files/styles/article_cover_image_original/public/images/2017/MIT-Edge-Cities-1.jpg Chinaâ€™s massive investment in industrial.
- Princeton To Re-Educate It’s Male Students
Princeton University is looking to hire.
- Betsy DeVos’s Due Process
The Left Is Outraged That She.
- Betsy DeVos Sued Over Rule Banning Students From Suing Higher Ed Institutions
Since day one, Secretary DeVos has.
- Harvard Students’ Ouster Over Offensive Posts Stirs Debate
FILE – In this March 7,.
- To the Governor: New Hampshire Passes Bill Allowing Local Common Core Opt Out
CONCORD, N.H. (June 16, 2017) â€“Today,.
- An alternative to college: Ivanka unveils plans for ‘vocational, skill-based education’
(AP Photo/Evan Vucci) On Monday, Ivanka.
- Is College Worth It? Increasing Numbers Say No
(AP Photo/The Express-Times, Matt Smith) by.
- Another college stops students from passing out U.S. Constitutions
(via YAL) On Tuesday, the Alliance.
- Baker-Polito Administration and City of Boston Announce Historic Tuition-Free College Program
BOSTON – Governor Charlie Baker and Mayor Martin.