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Kathleen Kennedy-Budge works with sixth-grade students in a reading class at Rice Lake Elementary School in Maple Grove, Minn. Kennedy-Budge, a special education teacher, uses the school’s mantra of “Respect, Learning, Responsibility” to teach students how to behave in school. Tim Post | MPR Photo

Positive behavior program helps keep students from trouble

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By Tim Post

MPR News 91.3 FM

MAPLE GROVE – Often the last resort of frustrated teachers, the command “Go to the principal’s office” is dreaded by students.

But Minnesota schools are trying new ways to keep students in the classroom and out of trouble.

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