Rethinking Zero Tolerance Behavior Policies
Rae Pica withSarah Davidon, M.Ed., Gail Innis, Susan Ochshorn
The consensus among our guests in this segment is that zero tolerance behavior policies don’t work. What then are the tools and strategies that do?
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June 26, 2015 Student-Centric Strategies
Sarah Davidon, M.Ed. is on the faculty of the University of Colorado School of Medicine working on policy and systems-building initiatives related to early childhood social and emotional development. Sarah co-authored Colorado’s Strategic Plan for Early Childhood Mental Health and is the board president of the Colorado Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health. Gail Innis has worked for Michigan State University Extension for 24 years; providing research and evidence based education to Michigan residents in the area of parenting education, family resource management, anger management and stress. Susan Ochshorn is the founder of ECEPolicyWorks, a New York consulting firm that links early childhood research, policy, and practice. She brings more than 15 years of experience, at the local, state, and national levels, to advancing the work of nonprofits, coalitions, professional organizations, and institutions of higher education.
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