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Positive discipline.

Denti, Lou
June 4, 2015

Source: (2014) Leadership.May/June: 26-38.

Restorative justice is not a panacea, but
another option to keep adolescent students
connected to the pro-social environment
school offers. Suspending or expelling students
for behavioral issues seldom empowers
or teaches students effective ways to
interact with one another or with adults.
Instead, it encourages anti-school and antisocial
behavior. (excerpt)


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