Restorative Justice in Schools
Restorative Justice in schools is a set of principles and practices that supports teachers, students and families in building relationships, strengthening community and repairing relationships and community after harm.
- Restorative Justice in Schools Implementation is a whole school approach for integrating restorative justice principles and practices into school culture and discipline. Resolve can provide schools with training, consultation, and coaching. Results can include improved school climate; significantly lower referrals, suspensions, and expulsions; and higher attendance and graduation rates.
- ChoicePoint Bullying Intervention and Bystander Empowerment Program is an interactive classroom workshop where students explore effective strategies to use when faced with bullying, aggression and cyberbullying.
- Student Peer Mediation is a program that engages students with conflict resolution skills to help their peers work together to resolve everyday disputes.
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Testimonial from Teresa Sayre, retired Superintendent of Phoenix-Talent School District.
Video credit: Chris Hernandez