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followed by all students together with the consequences that will befall anyone who does not follow them (Magen-Nagar & Shonfeld, 2018). Many schools have PEAK offices that check on the behavior of students. PEAK stands for Positive Efforts for Adjustments and Knowledge. In the PEAK offices, the students explain to the administrators the reasons for their unbecoming behavior while the same is reported to their parents. These in-school programs go a long way to develop positive behaviors to the students as they are preventative in nature (Magen-Nagar & Shonfeld, 2018). The design of the program is such that the students ate kept in school but with a focus in changing any behavior that may be inappropriate. A second technique is the construct of school assemblies around a significant subject such as bullying. In such assemblies, the teacher explains to the students that no one is safe from the vice and can happen any time of the day. Make sure that both the teachers and students understand the dangerous effects that bullying has. Make sure the students are active participants in proposing the ways of curbing it as they know best the scenarios where it happens. However,
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Educational Equality for All Students 7 each session should be different based on the grade level but the message conveyed should be similar (Kumpulainen & Lankinen, 2016). The third techniques would be creation of events that do not involve only the students but also the teachers and the community. The events, such as ride games, music, and food-centered events would help raise money for the school with the community being allowed to enjoy the amusement and fun of it all. Such events help teach the students important life lessons like dedication, being responsible, clean competition, and manners (Magen-Nagar & Shonfeld, 2018). Additionally, group activities create a sense of relationship. References
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Educational Equality for All Students 8 Banks, J. A. (2015). Multicultural education, school reform, and educational equality. Opening the doors to opportunity for all: Setting a research agenda for the future , 54-63. Banks, J. A., & Banks, C. A. M. (Eds.). (2012). Multicultural education: Issues and perspectives . John Wiley & Sons. Garcia, S. (2018). Developing Racial and Cultural Awareness through Multicultural Literature (Doctoral dissertation, Saint Mary's College of California). Kumpulainen, K., & Lankinen, T. (2016). Striving for educational equity and excellence. In Miracle of education (pp. 71-82). SensePublishers, Rotterdam. Magen-Nagar, N., & Shonfeld, M. (2018). Attitudes, Openness to Multiculturalism, and Integration of Online Collaborative Learning. Journal of Educational Technology & Society , 21 (3).
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