Center for Peace Education

aka CPE   |   Cincinnati, OH   |  www.cincinnati-peace.org
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Mission

The vision of the Center for Peace Education (CPE) is a more peaceful Greater Cincinnati community in which every school has a sustainable comprehensive conflict management program. CPE's mission is to provide youth and adults in school communities with the training, resources, strategies, and experiences needed to value differences and resolve conflict constructively.

Ruling year info

1986

Principal Officer

Dr. Jane Rega

Main address

103 William Howard Taft Rd

Cincinnati, OH 45219

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EIN

31-1210485

NTEE code info

Youth Development Programs (O50)

Educational Services and Schools - Other (B90)

Delinquency Prevention (I21)

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CPE's foundation curriculum Student's Creative Response to Conflict (SCRC)teaches skills through activities and experiential learning in the theme areas of affirmation, communication, appreciation of differences/bias awareness,creative conflict management and cooperation. Peer Mediation is a program in which CPE trains students, both negative and positive leaders along with several teachers who act as advisors for the program, in mediation skills. Students facilitate a problem-solving process with students in conflict to help resolve the problem constructively. Cooperative Discipline is a program for teachers and parents that helps identify why a child is misbehaving and provides strategies for addressing that behavior that teach the child responsibility for their behavior and problem-solving skills. Creating a Peaceful Classroom for Young Children is a program specifically for early childhood educators and teaches how to set up a classroom environment valuing various cultural perspectives. Educators learn how to address behavior and how to lead activities that build community and teach problem solving, communication, and cooperation. Peace Camp is a free summer camp in three community centers in which children ages 6-12 from all over Cincinnati learn from each other and learn about peace education through the arts and a variety of activities. The Southwestern Ohio Youth Forum is an annual one day event in which 30 middle and high schools from southwest Ohio come together to share best practices in conflict management/peer mediation programs. The day is planned and led by youth.

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Center for Peace Education

Board of directors
as of 3/26/2007
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Alison Sampson

Paul Davis

Jim Abernathy

Beth Hornberger

Betsy Sato

Bob Cloud

Debra Redlich

Jeanette Wade

Judy Sandquist

Louis Gomer Bangel

Michelle Geers

Niroshan Wijesooriya