Beyond Zero Tolerance

@article{Stinchcomb2006BeyondZT,
  title={Beyond Zero Tolerance},
  author={Jeanne B. Stinchcomb and G. Bazemore and Nancy Riestenberg},
  journal={Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice},
  year={2006},
  volume={4},
  pages={123 - 147}
}
Zero tolerance policies in secondary schools now embrace an array of misbehaviors varying widely in seriousness. Their utility has therefore come into question, especially because they do not address causal factors and generally maintain an emphasis on suspension and expulsion. In contrast, responses based on a restorative justice philosophy embrace stakeholders in an interactive process to repair harm by addressing the nature of the misbehavior and resulting damages. In an effort to examine… Expand

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