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Restorative Justice Narrative Reveals Commitment Requirements

Across the country, districts are shifting away from staggeringly high suspension rates in favor of “restorative justice” models of behavior and discipline management.

Students in Yvonne McDaniel's English for Speakers of Other Languages, or ESOL, class participated in English-language exe...

Across the country, districts are shifting away from staggeringly high suspension rates in favor of “restorative justice” models of behavior and discipline management. Statistics show such efforts do much to combat what has become known as the school-to-prison pipeline, but anecdotes — like those from Leadership and Public Service High School in Manhattan — prove the paradigm shift has been difficult. (The New York Times Magazine)

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