Restorative Practices and Justice

The key to good learning in schools is building solid connections between all members of a school community: staff and students, between students, and between staff. Traditional instruction and traditional discipline do not build relationships and typically weaken them. Restorative Practices and Restorative Justice are tools educators can use to build community, teach content through connectedness, and repair harm when harm has been done. They are a way to build social capital and achieve social discipline through participatory learning and decision-making.

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1 Response to Restorative Practices and Justice

  1. Maryann Holbrook says:

    Hi Carol,

    My name is Maryann Holbrook, I worked at Brewster MS last year and enjoyed your Restorative Justice training. I am now employed with Nooksack MS and I was wondering if you could send me more info about your consultation services and prices. I would like to talk with my principal about possibly using your company for training.

    Thank you
    Maryann Holbrook

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