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Telemundo features our PAZ Program!
On October 20, Telemundo 47 aired a nice segment about our PAZ After-School Program at PS 214 in the Bronx. Check it out!
For the past three years, Morningside Center has partnered with the NYC Department of Education to bring "restorative circles" to schools throughout the city. This represents one of the largest efforts in the country to replace "zero tolerance" and other punitive approaches to discipline with a positive approach that builds community and fosters students' social & emotional learning.
This fall, as the program continues to spread in NYC and beyond, we have given it a name of its own: Restore360. Find out more about Restore360's transformative effects on students and schools.
4 Lessons on Working with Researchers
Morningside Center Executive Director Tom Roderick shares insights from our 26 years of collaboration with researchers in this blogpost, orginally for the WT Grant Foundation.
Morningside Center is seeking experienced, resourceful educators strongly committed to social and emotional learning (SEL) to join our team of staff-developers in transforming schools. Our per diem staff developers provide ongoing support to schools in implementing our evidence-based programs for grades pre-k to 12.
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- New York Times reports on our cutting edge coaching process.
- Education Week features our 4Rs Program
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- Telemundo 47 aired a nice segment about our PAZ After-School Program at PS 214 in the Bronx. Check it out! t.co/uExpNiACVF
- Social, emotional learning in curriculum - t.co/3RaJpQMTLN
- "You don't even know why it's so hard -- you can't wrap your head around that because you're in survival mode." t.co/a6gsz2Owul