Image text: "What can we accomplish together to change our schools to become the places of learning, joy and growth they could be?" "What would it take for schools to move beyond punishment?"

 

Thanking educators who are making a difference in the lives of so many, and acknowledging parents and caregivers who are homeschooling.

Schools have reopened yet we remain in a time of transition.

Education, like other institutions, require change moving forward. Around the world, restorative practices play a key role in building relations, enhancing learning, resolving conflict, and creating healthy, robust school communities.

We are honoured to work with schools. Contact us if interested in facilitation, training, or presentations.


 

Remembering the Children Who Never Returned Home

Photo Courtesy: The Canadian Press, Justin Tang

The Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) revealed the names of 2,800 children who died as a result of  residential schools. Many more died, and the memorial register will continue to be updated. This helps toward fulfilling one of the 94 calls for action of the TRC’s final report.


 

Schools on Trial – Time for Change


 

Resources and Inspiration

Kindness Starts with You – what if we ditched homework for a month and did acts of kindness like this school in Ireland? Way to go Gaelscoil Mhíchíl Uí Choileáin, Clonakilty!


 

A Different, Greater Future is Possible


 

In Celebration

Congratulations to all who graduate in 2020 from any school with any grades around the world!

Image of Malala Yousafzai smiling and looking at the camera. Photo Credit: Simon Davis/DFID: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Malala_Yousafzai-_Education_for_girls_(22419395331).jpg

A very special acknowledgement of Malala Yousafzai, who was shot at age 15 for speaking out on behalf of girls and their right to learn, won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 becoming the youngest-ever laureate, and just graduated from Oxford. What a remarkable woman and journey that continues!

 


 

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