The Effect of School Conditions on the Use of Restorative Justice in Schools

@article{Payne2018TheEO,
  title={The Effect of School Conditions on the Use of Restorative Justice in Schools},
  author={Allison A Payne and Kelly Welch},
  journal={Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice},
  year={2018},
  volume={16},
  pages={224 - 240}
}
Previous research has demonstrated beneficial outcomes of using restorative justice techniques, rather than traditional punitive approaches, in response to student misbehavior. As with the use of restorative justice in criminal justice contexts, restorative discipline shifts the focus from punishment and isolation to reconciliation and reintegration. Although the use of restorative justice techniques has decreased student delinquency, resulted in better academic outcomes, and improved school… Expand

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