NESRI and Teachers Unite’s “Teachers Talk” highlighted in article “How to Develop Positive Classroom Management”

NESRI and Teachers Unite’s recent report "Teachers Talk" was highlighted in a recent edutopia article entitled “How to Develop Positive Classroom Management.”  The article quotes Sally Lee, coauthor of "Teachers Talk" and executive director of the New York City organization Teachers Unite, as stating, "An approach to discipline that is respectful of human rights and maintains student dignity leads to a school that is inherently safe."  Lee continues, "A school in which students and teachers don’t feel safe creates a fearful environment. And where there is a fearful environment, there are low expectations for discipline."  To read the article click here.


Read the report "Teachers Talk: School Culture, Safety and Human Rights," a collaboration by NESRI and Teachers Unite, below.