September 28, 2009

Baltimore City Community College to Create Ombuds Program

The 7,100-student public school in Maryland has formed an ad hoc committee to revise the Student Code of Conduct and implement a conflict resolution program. According to a student newspaper: “As an offshoot of the creation of the ad-hoc committee, staff will be assigned throughout the college, to become trained mediators (Ombudsman) on campus. The professionally trained staff will provide assistance when conflict, disputes, & disruptions occur.” Details have not been published. (BCCC Network.)

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