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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.

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

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