When conflict arises in an educational setting, there are multiple ways to resolve it. Some are small and easily resolved but may potentially lead to bigger conflicts and issues. Sometimes the conflict is substantial, and a resolution harder to achieve. Understanding different available methods of resolving conflict can help families and educators decide the best pathway toward resolution. The expense, time, and adversarial nature of the conflict increases proportionately through each stage of the process. As those increase, a student’s path to success becomes increasingly frustrated.
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