Video shows how Walla Walla, WA, high school integrates resilience into school discipline

Washington State’s League of Education Voters (LEV) produced this video about Lincoln High School, the alternative school in Walla Walla, WA, that took a different approach to school discipline and reduced its suspension rate by more than 85% percent over two years. LEV, founded in 2001 by parents, students,

educators, and policy-makers — and funded by the same – works to improve education from early learning through higher education.

The organization also produced a story in graphics, which you can find here or you can find an embeddable version on ScribD. Here’s one of the graphics from that story:

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