Source: (-0001) Fresno, California: Fresno Pacific University, Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies

In this article Claassen discusses two significant principles that shape and guide a discipline program for schools called "Discipline that Restores." The first principle is that misbehavior is primarily an offense against human relationships and secondarily a violation of a school rule. The second principle is that the primary victim of misbehavior is the person most affected by the offense; secondary victims are others affected by the misbehavior (e.g., students, teachers, parents, etc.).