ASU's Dr. Hermanns speaks to Griffith about Restorative Justice
Griffith's teachers and staff were excited to host Dr. Carl Hermanns of the Mary Lou Fulton Teacher's College for a conversation about the school-to-prison-pipeline, implicit bias, and how restorative practices can work to build stronger relationships among all members of the learning community by fostering a culture of trust.
Dr. Hermanns works with school districts across the valley in educating and implementing various restorative practices.
To learn more about the school-to-prison-pipeline and school discipline click here. To learn more about implicit bias including helpful assessment tools to start conversations in your school and community click here.