Quick guide on making school climate improvements (U.S. Department of Education)
Fostering healthy relationships and promoting positive discipline in schools (Schott Foundation's National Opportunity to Learn Campaign)
- Download a free restorative practices guide and visit the Opportunity to Learn website. This toolkit was developed in partnership with the Advancement Project, the American Federation of Teachers and the National Education Association.
School climate planning and restorative practices implementation guide (San Francisco Unified School District)
- After the school district implemented the SaferSanerSchools™ program in several pilot projects, this this guide was designed so that the district could take responsibility for further implementation efforts. Visit the website about its program and download the implementation guide, written by Kerri Berkowitz.
How can we fix school discipline toolkit (updated February 2017) (Fix School Discipline)
- Visit the Fix School Discipline website and download resources for educators and the community.
- The Model School Climate LCAP (Local Control and Accountability Plan) helps California school districts meet requirements to reduce suspensions and improve school climate, and provides guidance on integrating various school climate reform efforts, including restorative practices.
Restorative practice resource project (Restorative Practice Consortium)
- Download the 255-page guide by a coalition of eductors from school districts across Ontario, Canada, many trained by IIRP Canada. The introduction to the report emphasizes the indigenous roots of restorative practices.
Toolkit for transformation (Transforming School Discipline Collaborative - TSDC)
- TSDC has created a toolkit with a range of resources, from implementation guides to model discipline codes, to ensure that Illinois schools are safe and supportive for all students.
Implementing restorative justice: A guide for schools (Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority)
- This guide introduces school personnel to the concepts of restorative justice and restorative discipline, offers new tools that can reduce the need for school exclusion and juvenile justice system involvement in school misconduct and offers ways to enhance the school environment to prevent conflict and restore relationships after conflict arises.