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Anne Gregory and Katherine R. Evans—The Starts and Stumbles of Restorative Justice in Education: Where Do We Go from Here?

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Learn more about the Restorative Justice in Education course at Eastern Mennonite University

About the Authors

Anne Gregory is a professor at Rutgers University. Since she joined the faculty, she has been dedicated to making advances in her areas of research on school discipline. Dr. Gregory has been part of the Research-to-Practice Collaborative on Discipline Disparities, comprised of a national panel of researchers, educators, and policy analysts advocating for change in the gender and race disparities in discipline.

Katherine Evans has been a professor in teacher education at Eastern Mennonite University since 2011. She teaches courses in educational psychology, special education, and restorative justice in education (RJE). She holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Research from The University of Tennessee in Knoxville where her dissertation research employed phenomenological interviews with middle school students about their experiences with in-school suspension.

Barbara Blackburn—Money for Good Grades and Other Myths about Motivating Kids: Strategies for Parents & Teachers

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About The Author

Barbara Blackburn, PhD is the author of more than two dozen books and a full-time consultant who works with schools around the world to help raise the level of rigor and motivation for professional educators and students alike.

Thomas Guskey—Get Set, Go: Creating Successful Grading and Reporting Systems

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About The Author

Dr. Tom Guskey is a renowned expert on assessment and standards-based grading, and fellow of the American Educational Research Association. He's the author of more than 25 books, including On Your Mark: Challenging the Conventions of Grading and Reporting, and the new book Get Set, Go! Creating Successful Grading and Reporting Systems.

Tricia Taylor—Connect the Dots: The Collective Power of Relationships, Memory and Mindset in the Classroom

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About The Author

Tricia Taylor is the founder of Tailored Practice. An international educator with more than 20 years teaching and leading in schools in London and New York, she's a strategic partner to schools around the world.

Fred Ende and Meghan Everette—Forces of Influence: How Educators Can Leverage Relationships to Improve Practice

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Follow Meghan @bamameghan 

About The Authors

Fred Ende is the director of Curriculum and Instructional Services for the Putnam/Northern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES), and a board member in ASCD's Emerging Leader Affiliate.

Meghan Everette is a mathematics coach in the Salt Lake City School District, and the executive director of the ASCD Emerging Leader Alumni Affiliate, as well as a state Teacher of the Year and a board member of both the Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics (UCTM) and Utah ASCD

Tom Hoerr—Taking Social Emotional Learning Schoolwide: The Formative Five Success Skills for Students and Staff

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About The Author

Thomas Hoerr, PhD is the Emeritus Head of School at the New City School in St Louis, and a Scholar in Residence at the University of Missouri—St. Louis. He's the author of numerous books on multiple intelligences, grit, and SEL.

Eric Kalenze—What The Academy Taught Us: Improving Schools from the Bottom Up in a Top-Down Transformation Era.

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About The Author

Eric Kalenze's career in education has included posts in teaching, coaching, administration, and consulting. He is the author of 2014's ‘Education Is Upside-Down: Reframing Reform to Focus on the Right Problems', and he regularly contributes pieces about education practice, research, and reform to publications like Education Week, Education Post, as well as to his blog, ‘A Total Ed Case'. He is based in Minnesota's Twin Cities metro area.