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See Me, Hear Me: A Conversation With Tomorrow’s Leaders, April 28, 2018

Students from two Princeton High School leadership groups, the Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) and PULSE (Pride, Unity, Leadership, Sisterhood, Esteem) will be hosting our 2nd annual student conference, See Me, Hear Me: A Conversation with Tomorrows’ Leaders on Saturday,…

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“The Power of Youth Movements: From Birmingham to Parkland;” The Other Box Project

Wednesday, April 25th from 6:45-8:00 pm, The Lawrenceville School will host the next installation of The Other Box Project on the topic “The Power of Youth Movements: From Birmingham to Parkland.” The program will consider the role of students’ identity in…

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The Problem with Punishment: Restorative Justice and Equity in School Discipline

On April 12, 2018, at John Witherspoon Middle School, Dr. Anne Gregory of Rutgers University shared her research on restorative justice.  Restorative justice is an alternative method of treating students who are perceived to be defiant, disrespectful, and insubordinate. Instead…

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The Problem with Punishment: Restorative Justice and Equity in School Discipline, April 12, 2018

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Black Marjory Stoneman Douglas students want the movement to include their voices too

“Including black students in the gun violence conversation means broadening the topic from mass shootings to police-involved shootings, said Tifanny Burks, a community organizer with Black Lives Matter Alliance Broward.”  To read Alex Harris‘ complete article in the Miami Herald,…

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