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EDUC 331

Theorizing Discipline in Educational Contexts (formerly School Discipline: Practices, Issues and Trends)

School discipline is a topic of major interest and concern among parents, principals, teachers, school boards and even state legislatures. This course explores the nature of school discipline problems, including its symptoms, causes and ways that schools respond. The course also examines the role that schools themselves play in 'causing' such problems, as well as the impact of social and political forces. Theory and current research on school discipline are reviewed in an attempt to seek alternative discipline responses. May not be taken pass/fail.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
1 course

Fall Semester information

Eva Weisz

331A: Theorizing Discipline in Educational Contexts