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Preliminary Findings from the Evaluation of Restorative Justice in Schools.

Bitel, Mark
June 4, 2015

Source: (2004) London: Youth Justice Board for England and Wales. Downloaded 13 September 2005.

The preliminary evidence from the pupil surveys does not show clear effects between the
schools which are in the pilot (programme schools) and the comparator schools (nonprogramme
However, when comparing the pre- and post-intervention surveys in schools that have
implemented restorative practices to a significant degree, there are clear trends that suggest that
restorative practices are having a significant effect. (excerpt)


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