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School Climate and Pro-social Educational Improvement: Essential Goals and Processes that Support Student Success for All


by National School Climate Council May 05, 2015

There is growing federal and state support for school climate improvement and pro-social education. The National School Climate Council has developed a consensus statement about the foundational importance of intentional pro-social instruction and school climate improvement efforts. In addition, this consensus statement outlines a core set of research-based systemic, instructional and relational goals as well as processes that underscore, characterize and shape both effective school climate improvement and pro-social instructional efforts. Research, policy, practice and teacher education implications are outlined.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 05, 2015
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17954, Date Accessed: 10/22/2017 7:41:16 AM

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    The National School Climate Council includes the following members:

    Howard Adelman, Marvin Berkowitz, Cathryn Berger Kaye, Martin J. Blank, Philip M. Brown, Patricia Ciccone, Jonathan Cohen, James P. Comer, Peter DeWitt, Arnold F. Fege, Ann Foster, Jo Ann Freiberg, Ann Higgins-D'Alessandro, Gary A. Homana, Rebecca Sipos, David Hutchinson, William H. Hughes, Peter S. Jensen, Molly McCloskey, Linda Jeanne McKay, Nicholas Michelli, Carol Nixon, Derek Peterson, Randy Ross, Sean Slade, Linda Taylor, and Stuart Twemlow.


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