Restorative Practices Fellowship -- Dudley Promise Corps

Boston Plan for Excellence (BPE)

About the organization

BPE's mission is to drive exceptional outcomes for all students by developing great teachers and great schools. For three decades, BPE has devised solutions to the toughest challenges faced by Boston’s students and teachers by weaving together expertise in teacher training and school development. We believe ambitious teaching (which we define as instruction that consistently engages all students in rigorous content) requires not only effective teachers, but also systems that support great teaching and methods for continuous improvement. We have prepared over 600 teachers for Boston's public schools through the nationally recognized and replicated Boston Teacher Residency (BTR) program, and we have pioneered scalable, cutting edge data tools and whole school improvement strategies. We also created the Dudley Promise Corps (DPC) to leverage the power of national service to expand learning time, engage families, and provide extra support to students in the Dudley neighborhood.


Roles & Responsibilities

As a Restorative Practices Fellow, you will:
(1) Enhance the school’s capacity to implement Restorative Practices
(2) Promote a safe and supportive school climate
(3) Develop positive and productive relationships with individual students
(4) Provide push-in support in classrooms
(5) Spend non-academic time each day getting to know students in a range of settings and ensuring that each student is known and appreciated
(6) Work with restorative justice coordinator to develop and implement tier 1 community building interventions

Professional Development & Training

To support your ability to do this work, Restorative Practices Fellows will receive the following training:
(1) Restorative practices philosophies and implementation
(2) Community engagement to learn about the Dudley community history, assets, and aspirations, and engage with community partners through multi-faceted experiences outside of schools. DPC believes that this connection will give corps members an understanding that allows them to better serve students.
(3) Social justice-oriented coaching and support to leverage education to push the needle toward equity

Together, these learning opportunities are designed to help you remain engaged leaders in your communities long after the service year.


(1) Be at least 17 years of age
(2) Hold a high school diploma or GED by the start of the program
(3) Be a US citizen or legal permanent resident
(4) Agree to state & federal background check

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

(1) Submit a prospect form found at
(2) Complete the online application
(3) Recommendation (1)
(4) 4 short answer essay questions (250 words each)

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