Daily Archives: July 10, 2012

Yale Law Journal Prison Law Writing Contest

This is a fabulous idea, and I look forward to reading the winning entries.  Please share this notice widely and go here for more info: The Yale Law Journal welcomes submissions for our first Prison Law Writing Contest. If you … Continue reading

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Trauma Sensitive Schools are Better Schools

I am always struck by the fact that sometimes the most obvious solutions to “problems” with kids are the most effective but also the most likely not to be considered.  For instance, the concept that adolescents act out, cuss, throw things, … Continue reading

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