Discipline is not the same as “punishment.” When schools are talking about discipline reform, they almost always are most interested in the best way to administer punishments and rewards, fairly and equitably. But discipline is not about what the disciplinarian does, it’s about what the disciplined do. Discipline is after all, about character, good habits, and commitment to being better at whatever one finds oneself doing. Even the term Kung Fu means: “effort over time”… in other words, Hard Work. At IndED we make it a point to get to know each child, to communicate with them at length about choosing better paths, through self improvement and purpose. We make sure they develop good habits — habits which will carry them to their careers, families, and communities — whatever …discipline .. they choose to pursue in life.
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