Restorative Justice approach, to discipline, empowers school communities and students

In schools Restorative Justice emphasizes repairing the harm caused by student behavior infractions. Instead of suspending students to punish them for committing behavior offenses, victims and offenders come together, discuss their feelings and determine actions to take to make things rights.  The results of this approach can be empowering and transformational.  Click here to read about how a school district is using Restorative Justice to address behavior problems without suspension.

On May 14th, 2012, posted in: Empowering News by
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