Teachers talk - School culture, safety and human rights

This holistic approach to school discipline and safety is supported by research which shows that positive environments and constructive interventions with participation from all stakeholders are the most effective means for improving safety and reducing disciplinary incidents.This also reflects a human rights-based approach to discipline which requires that school environments protect the inherent dignity of the child, and that education be aimed at the full academic, social, and emotional development of children.

Published 2010-03-31

Document Information

Publication year
2008
Format
PDF, 45p., ill., tab.
Rights
© 2008 National Economic and Social Rights Initiative (NESRI) and Teachers Unite
Creative Commons License
None
Region
North America
Country
United States
Content Type
Reports

Document Information

Publication year
2008
Format
PDF, 45p., ill., tab.
Rights
© 2008 National Economic and Social Rights Initiative (NESRI) and Teachers Unite
Creative Commons License
None
Region
North America
Country
United States
Content Type
Reports