The Problem with Restorative Justice in Public Education
Governor Bill Lee will give his first State of the State it will signal to the state the administration’s priorities for the immediate future.
Reducing school violence is a national imperative. What is needed are new ideas, informed conversations and a readiness to break through the rhetorical stalemate toward a new understanding of school safety.
Signs of child abuse are all around us. We need to know where to look.
The issue of improved school security will not be resolved in the current political environment, as long as real solutions are not considered based on a liberal or conservative bias
School Safety and Security Town Hall open to the public to discuss safety, security and research.
Professional Educators of Tennessee Executive Director JC Bowman will be on the Midday Buzz with Emily Beaty
A School Safety and Security Town Hall open to the public will be held Monday at East Hamilton Middle High School to continue a day focused on school safety in Hamilton County. Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Hammond and Professional Educators of Tennessee are partnering to stage the Town Hall, which will take place 4 p.m. [...]
One of the highest priorities we can have in American society is the safety and protection of children - and the men and women who teach them. From February 27 to March 9, 2018 Professional Educators of Tennessee surveyed 1403 educators across Tennessee. Ninety-seven percent listed their role as being a current educator, while 3% reported [...]