Recently, the Washington Post reported on a principal in a Southeast DC high school who led a drastic reduction in the number of suspensions. Yetunde Reeves implemented the practice of "restorative discipline" and fostered a culture change. Through mediation, students develop skills to confront conflict and repair relationships, rather than missing out on school. How shall we protect students' rights to be in school? The Schott Foundation put out a toolkit of restorative practices. What kind of discipline do you encounter on the campuses you visit?