Presentation: Sam Song and Lydia Nussbaum

Lydia Nussbaum (Law) and Sam Song (Educational Psychology and Higher Education) next month will be presenting at "Keeping Kids in School: Increasing Student Engagement," a one-day summit co-hosted by the Eighth Judicial District, the Clark County School District (CCSD), and the Nevada State Charter School Authority.  More than 200 CCSD and charter school administrators, teachers, counselors, social workers, and police, as well as representatives of the juvenile probation system, attend this twice-annual meeting to discuss how to reduce the numbers of young people who enter the juvenile justice system here in Clark County.

Song will be presenting "Restorative Justice Programs in Practice." Nussbaum will be co-presenting, with Nicole Glass, an expert in restorative practices, "Inclusive, Engaged & Accountable: A Role for Restorative Practices in Schools."

 

 

 

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