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An Exploratory Study on the Effect of Restorative Justice on School Success and Disciplinary Incidents

Norris, Alexis Nicole
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) Thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Science in Criminal Justice. Michigan State University.

This study examines whether a restorative justice (RJ) intervention compared to the traditional school discipline process, improves the commitment and attachment to school for middle school students, leading to an increase in academic achievement and a decrease in antisocial behavior. (author’s abstract)


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