Establishing a student-centered, non-restraint culture means teachers and para-educators need tools and skills that allow them to engage with students in positive ways and kids need to feel safe enough to learn. Pro-ACT principles have been getting results in classrooms throughout the U.S. for four decades. The process of culture change takes vision as well as commitment, but the results can be outstanding. Improved student learning and increased teacher satisfaction are just two measures. See the actual restraint reduction results two schools saw after implementing Pro-ACT training as part of an overall commitment to shifting culture.
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