The New Jersey State Bar Foundation has published an updated version of the Conflict Resolution Guide, a compendium of lessons for educators wishing to create a conflict resolution program in their classroom or school. The guide is part of the foundation’s goal of providing resources for schools to create comprehensive plans to improve school climate. It is available to educators who attend one of several conflict resolution trainings hosted by foundation staff. The guide includes lesson plans for elementary, middle and high school grades. One of the goals of the program is to teach students problem-solving skills such as active listening, anger management, recognizing and addressing feelings, decision-making and effective communication. Do you know an educator who might be interested in the foundation’s Conflict Resolution program? Have them reach out to Director Elissa Zylbershlag at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also learn more about the program at www.njsbf.org.