Urban Essentials 101: The Urban School Improvement Plan—USIP (Changing School Climate and Culture through Relationships, Resources and Restorative Justice)
Biografía del autor
As a youth, Julius attended urban underserved public schools in Atlanta, Georgia. He holds a Master’s of Science from Georgia State University in Public and Urban Affairs, an Administrators’ credential from the University of San Diego’s Educational Leadership and Development Academy (ELDA), and a teaching credential from Fresno Pacific University.
His career in education encompasses more than 20 years, serving as teacher, dean of students, assistant principal and principal. Prior to his career in education, he served as mediator case manager with the Victim Offender Reconciliation Program of the Central Valley (CA) and for 10 years as a police officer in Atlanta, Georgia. In 1998, Julius was the Central California Dispute Resolution Association Award Winner and, in 2011, he was selected among the University of San Diego’s, 30 Exemplary Educational Leadership Development Academy Alumnus making a difference in education.
In 2006, Julius published Urban Essentials 101: A Handbook for Understanding and Unleashing the Academic Potentials in Urban Underperforming Schools.
Descripción del libro
Urban Essentials 101: The Urban School Structure Plan—USIP (Changing School Climate and Culture through Relationships, Resources and Restorative Justice)
This book explains the Urban Essentials 101 process. It offers interventions and strategies along with suggestions for a successful implementation at your school site. The book begins with an explanation and exploration into the origin of the process. It then provides a brief overview of the current predicament or breach in education. From there, it goes on to dispel some of the debilitating myths about urban student success. It ends by providing a clear-cut pathway to the creation of a sustainable school climate of safety and a culture of learning and achievement.
Público al que se apunta
This book is written for all school affiliates, including teachers, school and district administrators, and other community partners.