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You can make a difference in your school. You can be the difference your District needs. Equipped with Restorative Justice Solutions, you can bring positive change to your educational community. Rebuild student voice. Improve classroom harmony. Reduce suspensions and expulsions, and improve graduation and achievement rates for all students. In his debut book, Restorative Justice Tribunal and Ways to Derail Jim Crow Discipline, Dr. Robbins tells the story of Nevada’s first effective restorative justice program. This book is essential, timely, and practical. Order your copy now!
Proven Experience. Highly Regarded.
Dr. Zac Robbins leads the team at Schools That Move Souls. Dr. Zac and his team pioneered a landmark approach to restorative practices and school transformation that saw dramatic results. Now, Dr. Zac and his team mentor others to do the same. With over 20 years of experience, plus national recognition for their work in reducing suspension and expulsion rates and lifting school achievement levels, they are the team to have in your corner. You can be confident that you are in good hands. Dr. Zac and his team is ready and waiting to help you with:
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• School Data Tracking
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The Schools That Move Souls Team works with school leaders, teacher groups, individuals, students, families, and community groups. We provide personalized, relevant training to create restorative justice solutions. Contact Dr. Zac Today!
Zac earned his B.A. degree in English and Secondary Education from Howard University and his M.Ed. degree in School Administration from the Howard University Graduate School of Education. He earned his Ph.D. in Education Administration from the Boston College Carolyn and Peter Lynch School of Education and Human Development.
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High School Teacher
I’m very happy that I attended this workshop. I was able to retrieve so many tools that I can use in the future, and I believe that restorative practices are a great segue into developing a healing classroom for our youth.
Reporter for News 3 Las Vegas
During the first year of the [Restorative Justice] program, the school heard 434 cases. Only 3 students returned, and 2 others were not allowed to participate. The following year, they had 174 cases with only 3 students returning. In all, the 608 cases represent students who stayed in school instead of losing valuable time in the classroom.
Reporter for News 3 Las Vegas
Parents often have to take time off work, and when they can’t kids are left at home alone. Those students that get into trouble find their way into the court system so often that there is a term for it, the school to prison pipeline. This seems to have broken it. The number of suspensions and expulsions has dropped significantly. Kids do not return to this program once they succeed. It’s a program that is designed by faculty, built by students, that is dramatically changing the culture at Cheyenne.
School Management Specialist
I have known Zac since he was a doctoral student and school leader in Boston. He played a key role in turning around one of the most challenging schools in Boston. He has helped others do the same in their schools. Zac has a unique ability to identify what holds schools and school leaders back from success and explains things in ways that help others understand and apply what he has learned. Zac is a champion of equal educational outcomes through expanded opportunities and appropriate disciplinary practices for students. I am proud to witness how Zac has grown from my graduate student to an effective school principal, and now to my colleague and friend.
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