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Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice practices promote values and principles that use inclusive, collaborative practices for being in a community. Restorative Justice practices help schools create and maintain a positive school culture and climate. Restorative Justice practices:

  • Build community
  • Celebrate accomplishments
  • Intervene in offending behavior
  • Transform Conflict
  • Rebuild damaged relationships
  • Reintegrate students into the learning environment

What are Restorative Justice practices?

Increasingly used in U.S. school districts and worldwide, restorative practices promote trust and respect in relationships, setting the foundation for teaching and learning. In addition, the practices provide meaningful opportunities for students to develop self-discipline and positive behavior in a caring and supportive environment.