Making a Difference: Creating More Skillful Educators and Students, and More Peaceful Schools Through Conflict Resolution Education: The Maryland Schools Conflict Resolution Grants Program
AuthorCenter for Dispute Resolution at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law (C-DRUM)
Maryland Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office
Maryland. State Department of Education
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Maryland Schools Conflict Resolution Grants Program
Francis King Carey School of Law
University of Maryland, Baltimore
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