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Restorative Justice: Schools & Education

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Schools & Education

One of the major issues in educational counseling and discipline is the realization that implementation of zero-tolerance policies often times leads to delinquency and further juvenile crime, sometimes also known as the school-to-prison pipeline.  To combat this, and as a practical matter, many schools throughout the world utilize Restorative Justice practices, including Circle meetings, to help students overcome differences.  

Within this page you will find federal bills, legislation, books & videos that deal with Restorative Justice in an educations / school setting. 

These materials point to actions taken on the federal and state levels, as well as, within the literature, the processes, stories, and resources for helping teachers and others to learn more on Restorative Justice.  


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