1. the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university.
The Reality Check In-School Suspension program uses the success of the Reality Check Program to open a young person’s eyes and redirect bad behavior.
One of the jobs of schools and teachers is to help a young person grow into the best they can be. Education is key and one of the best places to educate a person is in school. When a young person does something wrong or against the rules, he or she needs to be held accountable and educated to correct that bad behavior.
Using the Reality Check In-School Suspension Program gives schools a one of a kind tool they can use to help a young person become the best they can be.
The Reality Check Program consists of four parts:
1. Larry Lawton’s prior life
2. What prison is really like – not what you see on TV
3. What you will lose – freedom, family, etc…
4. Avoiding and Dissolving Bad Associations.
In-School suspension is necessary in some situations. Correcting bad behavior at the onset helps everyone.
1. The student sees what direction they are headed and has the opportunity to change that bad behavior.
2. The school satisfies giving discipline while also sticking to their core principles of educating the student.
3. The community benefits by keeping a student in-school and correcting a person’s behavior for the long haul.
In-School suspension is very important, because education is the answer and we all know if we don’t keep educating our youth, we will end up incarcerating them.
EDUCATION NOT INCARCERATION
Contact Larry at 844-922-4800 or email: Larry@RealityCheckProgram.com