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Restorative justice more likely to provoke responses conducive to learning

September 7, 2018

More schools are looking to restorative justice practices to curb suspension rates and narrow the school-to-prison pipeline. There is much to commend the practice in terms of helping students realize the consequences of their actions, accept responsibility, and repair the situation they created as much as possible. When successful, this approach can create more responsible citizens rather than labeling students as problematic early on in life. Some say it can also transform school culture.

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