Build a resilient school culture that can overcome any challenge.
One school leader who's showing the way towards educational revolution is Amen Rahh, a principal, speaker, and author.Trained at the International Institute for Restorative Practices, he has been a leading voice in the quest to transform the education experience in America.
He founded University Pathways Public Service Academy, now considered a model school for building a Restorative Community just two years into its establishment, and continues to share his sweeping ideas to schools all over the country.With his 6 principles of revolutionary education, he has upended the outdated beliefs about molding the next generation.From transforming the classroom to involving the wider community, Principal Rahh outlines how to implement real and lasting changes to your school in this powerful work.
In Revolutionary School Culture, you'll find concrete steps you can take to tackle the hurdles that schools are faced with. Here is just a fraction of what you will discover inside:
Why schools are failing students with our current way of educating that does not consider the socio-economic, racial and intellectual differences of students.
How to go beyond just dispensing information and preparing students for standardized tests to actually teaching your students to think.
How you can break the school-to-prison pipeline by shifting your school's focus from reactive discipline to proactive support.
The 5 biggest obstacles you will face in transforming your school, and the steps you can take to overcome them.
A helpful tool that will shift your school's mindset--and in effect, its culture-from one of punishment to one of conflict resolution.
How you can get the community involved and committed to your school's success, even if some of them don't have students going to your schoolAnd much more.
It is no longer enough for schools to follow the traditional path for all students. Every student comes with different needs that have to be addressed in their own individual ways.Your leadership matters more than ever when times get tough.