Restorative Justice Serves as Alternative to ‘Zero Tolerance’ Policies at New Haven School

Saturday, January 28, 2017
The Voice

Restorative justice is an ancient practice with new potential in school disciplinary settings. At its best, restorative justice, which focuses on righting wrongs through mediation, can be an alternative to the punitive “zero tolerance” strategies that recently have dominated school disciplinary policy, educators say.

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